Don’t Overlook the Value of Red Alder

TimberWest November/December 2015 With market prices that rival—and in some cases eclipse—Douglas fir, red alder cannot be overlooked when you’re assessing the value of a logging job. Even if you’re not sure what veneer-quality alder looks like or if you find a stand doesn’t contain the volume of alder needed to fill a truckload, Defiance […]

Still Building Roads After All These Years: Cascade H & A

TimberWest January/February 2014 What does a logging road running through the tree-covered hills of eastern Snohomish County and the green fairways of a Seattle golf course have in common? The same Cat D7 or the “old girl,” as Bob Hanner describes her, was used in their construction. Read more…

NDC Timber Inc. – 30 Years of Corporate and Environmental Responsibility

TimberWest November/December 2013 In John Evans’ opinion, tower logging has the better views, and as a forest engineer for NDC Timber Inc. who has spent nearly 30 years overseeing high-country tower logging operations throughout Grays Harbor, Mason and Pacific counties, and southeast Alaska, he would know. Read more…