Bull in the Woods, FutureWood honors Sheldon Petit’s 40 years in Logging Industry

12-21-2016 Sawyer County Gazette, by John Adler
Article:Bull in the Woods

Monitoring shows forestry operations continue to protect Wisconsin’s water quality

8/4/2015 Category: Current, Industry News
SPOONER, Wis. – Foresters and loggers are harvesting timber in Wisconsin following procedures that provide a high rate of water quality protection, according to monitoring the Department of Natural Resources conducted of timber harvest practices in 2013 and 2014.

WI DNR Guidebook: Forest Trees of Wisconsin > How to Know Them

8/24/2015 Category: Current
A dichotomous key is a tool that allows anyone to determine the identity of items in the natural world such as wildflowers, mammals, reptiles, rocks, fish, and trees.

Bioenergy From Forests: The Power Potential Of Woody Biomass

U.S. forests have a vast supply of woody debris and small-diameter trees that could be used as fuel in a number of applications, big and small. Harvesting it could provide fuel for heat and electricity, and would reduce the amount of flammable material in the forests—lessening the potential of wildfire. The trick is making it economically feasible to do so.

Oak wilt found in trees in Wisconsin’s ‘cabin country’

8/30/2010 Category: Industry News
– RON SEELY (Wisconsin State Journal)
Futurewood Corp leads way with first SFI® chain-of-custody biomass certification
8/30/2010 Category: Press Release
Hayward, WI – January 15, 2010– After a third-party audit by QMI-SAI Global, Futurewood Corp along with Johnson Timber Corp, Flambeau River Papers, and Flambeau River BioFuels is SFI® chain of custody certified for its sourcing of biomass fiber. This chain-of-custody certification is the first given to an SFI® program participant for the use of biomass in North America.