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Introduction to FORECON TigerWeb – GIS Mapping Tools

Full Time Staff Forester; All Offices

The Cortland & Falconer, New York Offices, the Smethport and Titusville, Pennsylvania Offices, and the Oak Hill, West Virginia office, of FORECON, Inc. have immediate openings for highly-motivated, full time […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – Fourth Week of July 2017 Update

“Steady as she goes” is the sentiment in general with hardwood demand, as many mills report consistency in orders coming in.  Production is steady as well, some mills even working […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – Third Week of July 2017 Update

Prices for almost all species generally held their own this past week, and sellers remained optimistic “about the rest of the summer – and the year.”  Production was down a […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – Second Week of July 2017 Update

After taking a week off from reporting, we can report continuing active movement in the lumber markets for the key species of interest.  Domestic demand for hardwood lumber has been […]

Highlights of the Appalachian Hardwood Lumber Markets – Fourth Week of June 2017 Update

Steady sales continue to be reported in general across the country, and concentration yards are clocking consistent demand from both export and domestic markets.

The Magic of Honeybees in Your Forest

With every spring comes a yellow dust that coats our homes, our cars, and for some, the cause of our seasonal allergies. While this may seem like an annoyance for we humans, for trees it is a crucial springtime ritual. And it is with the help of millions of honey bees that this job is done quickly and effectively!

Current Political Implications for the Forest Landowner

FORECON recently attended the annual Forest Landowners Association’s National Conference in Asheville, North Carolina where hundreds of participants from across the country gathered to understand and talk about the various issues and opportunities that are currently affecting forest landowners. Front and center in the discussion was the current political impact the new administration may have on the many issues that continually affect the ownership and management of private forestland and woodlots. This month, we look at several of the current topics of interest to forest landowners.

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