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Sparring with China’s Cherry Wood Buyers

By Andy Johnson Posted: 04/24/2014 10:43PM

Domestic buyers may have difficulty wrestling Cherry away from Chinese buyers. Cherry wood is hundreds of dollars lower than oak.


Simulating Tropical Hardwoods, Kebony Wood Now in New York

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 04/24/2014 2:26PM

Kebony wood products are now offered to the architectural community throughout New York City area. “Kebonizing” gives conventional softwoods like pine the look, feel and physical properties of tropical hardwoods.


Construction Lumber Contract Prices Dip as Stockpiles Mount

By Bill Esler Posted: 04/21/2014 7:37AM

Pricing in future contracts on lumber for construction have been dropping, as wood supplies at mills built up during the extended winter freeze and home building slowed.


Hardwood Prices Firm Despite Spring Thaw in Supply

By Andy Johnson Posted: 04/18/2014 2:19PM

In most of the Eastern hardwood producing regions, spring has arrived. But with supply still far below demand, it is unlikely that any major price reductions will occur during the next several months.




Wood Damaged by Ice Storm Fuels Power Plant in South Carolina

Posted by Bill Esler | Posted: 04/13/2014 9:40PM

Nearly 21,000 tons of timber and woody debris damaged by February ice storms in the Southeast is being burned at Ameresco's Savannah River bio-energy plant in Aiken, SC. It represents 55% of the power plant's wood fuel purchases.


Why Horses Hate One of Our Favorite Woods - Black Walnut

By Daniel Cassens and Christina Wilson Posted: 04/13/2014 6:20PM

From the horses’ viewpoint, bedding down on walnut shavings or sawdust could literally result in death.


Kiln Dried Hardwood and Green Lumber in Short Supply

By Andy Johnson Posted: 04/11/2014 9:58AM

The severe winter has had lingering impacts on the hardwood industry with tight green lumber supplies as well as tight inventories of kiln dried lumber. However, prices have remained steady.


Corrupt Timber Sales in Mynamar Top $6 Billion: EIA Report

Posted by Karen Koenig | Posted: 04/10/2014 10:51AM

A new report by Environmental Investigation Agency shows widespread corruption in the logging and exporting by Myanmar of teak and other woods.


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