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Formalizing permission to use property for recreational pursuits can have some tangible benefits for all involved, and with a solid foundation, recreational leasing can support your other woodland management goals.
Is there a machine that is designed to surface and finish slabs, burls, tabletops, and even recycled timber with a lower labor input?
Ben Hoffman, who passed away this year, was a frequent contributor to this magazine and a friend who will be sorely missed. Over the years, Ben wrote many brilliant articles for Sawmill & Woodlot readers and his book How to Improve Logging Profits is still in use today to instruct loggers. He recently asked Robbo Holleran to prepare an updated chapter on marketing, and we print it here for you.
If you ask, "e;Is sawing variation important if I don't want to calculate my target sizes?"e; The answer is, YES!
The wood industry has responded creatively to the pandemic.
October 1-3, 2021
Guernsey Co. Fairgrounds