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FORECON’s Karlie Sherman Discusses the Connection Between Spotted Lantern Fly and Tree of Heaven

2019-09-14T20:00:11+00:00

It is not news that Northeastern forests are experiencing threats from a range of invasive insect and plant species. While the Emerald Ash Borer has received the lion’s share of […]

FORECON’s Karlie Sherman Discusses the Connection Between Spotted Lantern Fly and Tree of Heaven 2019-09-14T20:00:11+00:00

Our Other Export Markets

2019-09-14T19:10:31+00:00

There’s been a lot of talk about China these days and understandably so.  Recent stock market swings have been the most sensitive to trade talks and tariff calls between the […]

Our Other Export Markets 2019-09-14T19:10:31+00:00

Fascinating Interactive Map Helps Forester Owners Learn More About their Assets

2019-08-14T23:49:36+00:00

Interactive Map of US Hardwood Forest Resource Data

The American Hardwood Export Council (AHEC) was established about 25 years ago to help promote our valuable hardwood resources throughout the world, “successfully […]

Fascinating Interactive Map Helps Forester Owners Learn More About their Assets 2019-08-14T23:49:36+00:00

FORECON’s 65th Anniversary Celebration Continues at Company Picnic

2019-08-14T23:50:08+00:00

We are grateful to be celebrating our 65th year serving landowners throughout NY, PA and WV, and are especially proud of our staff – our foresters, forest technicians, GIS specialists, […]

FORECON’s 65th Anniversary Celebration Continues at Company Picnic 2019-08-14T23:50:08+00:00

Despite a Weaker Timber Market, Bidding Still Brings the Best Results for Landowners

2019-08-14T23:50:18+00:00

One of our passions has always been to see our clients benefit from the hard work and patience they’ve put in to managing their woodlots and forests.  Though certainly not […]

Despite a Weaker Timber Market, Bidding Still Brings the Best Results for Landowners 2019-08-14T23:50:18+00:00

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – as of July 26, 2019

2019-08-14T23:51:47+00:00

Summer in our region typically sees a mixed bag of market fluctuations; certain species (the maples in particular, but also some oaks and beech) are more readily affected by heat […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – as of July 26, 2019 2019-08-14T23:51:47+00:00

How Maple Bats Kicked Ash and Conquered Baseball

2019-08-15T01:34:38+00:00

This article origially appeared on Deadspin.com, 8/28/18
Thanks to Vince Guerrieri

As Barry Bonds pursued the single-season home run record in 2001, no detail went uninterrogated.

His clubhouse space—three lockers, complete with […]

How Maple Bats Kicked Ash and Conquered Baseball 2019-08-15T01:34:38+00:00
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