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Feb26

Being Sensible

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Of the many pleasures of forest stewardship, using our good sense(s) rates high on the list.  Each forest and season has its own unique smells.  The feel of the winds change...

Feb26

Solar Kiln Swings Into Gear

Posted on Feb 26 by

With 3,000 board feet of Oregon white oak fully air dried and the sun each day rising higher in the sky, today we were pleased to wake up the kiln from its winter’s nap and...

Feb12

Pecha Kucha Follow Up Resources

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Follow On Notes From Peter Hayes’ Pecha Kucha Presentation Feb. 12, 2015: First, the joke.  How about:  Q: What is the best definition of “perfect pitch”?  A: When the accordion...

Jan29

Pam Wrestles With Loggers

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If this brings to mind images of Pam, the mighty mite, with braid flying, pummeling some hickory shirted, red suspendered, shagged panted, tobacco chewing, tin hat wearing brute...

Jan29

Battle Field Clues – Scarlet Ribbons

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Standing on a winter’s day in this cool forest, surrounded by 12″ fir trees, it is all too easy to forget that not long ago this was the scene of a heated battle. ...