Calling It Like It Is

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It all seemed so simple, logical, and clean – until it wasn’t.  When it came to directing the course of our sawmilling and processing operation we would, of course, take charge.  The decisions would be made by us – which of the forest’s twelve tree species to mill, what products we’d make from the wood, […]

New Years Day – Salmon Style

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The best part is that I perceived the event with something other than my eyes.  Just as folks in the upper Nehalem have for thousands of years before us, we’d been watching and waiting.  Would they return? If so, when?  With the creek’s flow at near record lows, our hopes we’re high.  While doing maintenance […]

PSU MBA Students Focus on Forest Issues

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The Hyla Woods Team is excited to see students from all ages and disciplines come to the forests to seek answers to questions that are important to them – and to us.  This fall it was our pleasure to work with students in Portland State University’s Masters in Business Administration program. Here is a taste […]