The U.S. Forest Service and the “T” Word

For many years, the Forest Service took this first step in a straightforward and tacit manner: they knew what their objectives were and they listed them in no particular order. Over the past few years I have noticed a change.


Winter Logging

The months of December, January and February are very important to sawmills trying to get their winter decks of logs in before the rains and wet conditions of spring arrives. These months of winter logging provide sub-freezing temperatures that allows loggers to operate over frozen ground conditions in the forests and remove the timber with little damage to the soil and to the roads they are driving on.


Travis Joseph: I am an environmentalist. I also work for the timber industry.

I am an environmentalist. I also work for the timber industry. Some people might see that as a contradiction. But in the timber industry, that’s the norm.