Next year, 2020, the magazine will publish the following issues: January/February, March/April, May/June, July/August, September/October, November/December. Plus, you’ll receive the Annual Buyer’s Guide in the January/February time frame.
With the ability to provide an aerial view over otherwise inaccessible areas, drones are quickly becoming the go-to tool for a variety of forest management objectives, such as fire control, forest health, crop tree release, harvesting, planting, and laying out trails.
While treatment immediately after exposure is highly successful, once symptoms appear it's too late, and untreated rabies almost always results in death.
Part 3: Harvesting Lumber Logs & Doing It Well Controlling the quality of work in your woods is a major benefit, and there are financial benefits of earning the "e;logging rate"e; for your products, and perhaps a retail rate on special products and “project wood.”
Since hardwood logs and products generally have a higher value difference between grades, this article focuses on hardwood logs for lumber production.
Spending on residential construction has contracted for six straight quarters, the longest such stretch since the Great Recession.
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