ST. THOMAS, Ont. – Mass timber construction is a sustainable way to build taller and taller buildings out of timber. This video shows examples of careers in the mass lumber industry, which includes engineering, manufacturing, and mass lumber construction. Interviewees discuss their roles and why timber construction is experiencing aRead More →

I have experimented with various methods of making biochar from dead branches and mill wood waste. Biochar, as a porous carbonaceous substance that retains water, makes nutrients more available, thus strengthening plants in agriculture, gardening and forestry. It is produced naturally by forest fires (especially large burn piles) and theRead More →

I have experimented with various methods of making biochar from dead branches and mill wood waste. Biochar, as a porous carbonaceous substance that retains water, makes nutrients more available, thus strengthening plants in agriculture, gardening and forestry. It is produced naturally by forest fires (especially large burn piles) and theRead More →

Reader Submission, Community November 17, 2021 | Wednesday Mr. Editor: On Saturday, November 13, the neighborhood of Chautauqua and Niagara-on-the-Lake as a whole lost one of their oldest and oldest residents. The solid oak that had lived on Vincent Avenue for more than 200 years, one of the tallest inRead More →

For 34 years, Oak Tree Furniture has proudly provided the Ohio Valley with high quality furniture made by Amish artisans. All of their interior products are made from kiln-dried hardwoods (oak, cherry, hickory, walnut, maple, and elm) known for their exceptional strength and durability. The hardwoodsRead More →

Pursuing its mission of sustainable development and supporting communities across the country, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey, in partnership with American Forests, is committed to taking action in the fight against climate change LEXINGTON, Ky., November 16, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Today, Bulleit Frontier Whiskey announced that his engagement plant aRead More →

Lidl has some great shopping starting November 17, including frozen turkey, sweet potatoes, cheese cubes, heavy whipping cream, canned and frozen veggies, stuffing mix, apple sauce. cranberries, gravy and more! Offers posted below are valid at most locations in the Raleigh, NC area. Check your local listing to verify prices.Read More →

Stratagem Market Insights announced the publication of an exclusive report named Global Fire Retardant Plywood Market by Size, Share, Growth, Competitive Landscape and Application, Forecast to 2028 in its research database with a summary of the report, table of contents, research methodologies and data sources. An in-depth analysis of theRead More →

Worker, Edmonton, Alta., Released its latest Home Services Economic Report: Record Growth Fuels Labor Shortage. The report features expert insight and aggregate proprietary data from over 100,000 home cleaners, landscapers, HVAC technicians, window cleaners and plumbers who use the Jobber platform. “Despite the current labor shortage and fluctuating availability ofRead More →

IU students, faculty and community members planted native trees in a little-known part of the IU campus on Saturday afternoon in an effort to restore forest ecosystems on campus. Participants planted 38 native trees on Saturday, O’Neill School teacher Jon Eldon said. Eldon said events like these are an investmentRead More →

The Armstrong and Emley families were involved in the lumber industry for many years before Lenny Armstrong founded Custom Country Woods LLC in the Conewango Valley. Submitted photo [galleryids=”1036378″ByBeverlyKehe-Rowland[galleryids=”1036378″ByBeverlyKehe-Rowland[galleryids=”1036378″ParBeverlyKehe-Rowland[galleryids=”1036378″ByBeverlyKehe-Rowland [email protected] Lenny Armstrong worked in the lumber trade for most of his adult life. He is deeply rooted in his family’sRead More →

MAPLEWOOD, NJ – Ready or not, it’s almost time to fall back. After months of long days and abundant sunshine, daylight saving time – or daylight saving time, as it is often called – will end on Sunday a week later than it ended. Last year. This means you’ll getRead More →

But the solution isn’t as simple as just returning some ships to Los Angeles and sending them north to Oakland. Assembly Member Patrick O’Donnell, chairman of the Assembly’s Special Committee on Ports and Freight Movements, said ocean carriers need relationships with terminal operators, trucking companies and warehouses, which requires theRead More →

MONTICELLO – As a cross country runner, breathing is essential. For Mabry Bruhn, three-time state qualifier from Monticello, just catching her breath is a challenge she’s taken on for most of her life. But Bruhn didn’t realize it was a struggle to breathe until two years ago. Mabry Bruhn ofRead More →

Mary O’Donnel, 97, died on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at United Helpers Maplewood in Canton.(Source: Funeral home) GOVERNOR, New York (WWNY) – Mary O’Donnel, 97, passed away on Saturday, October 30, 2021 at United Helpers Maplewood in Canton. A funeral mass will be held on Friday November 5th at 2:00Read More →

By Paula Stephenson, Washington Tourism Development Authority This article was written by our sponsor, Washington Tourism Development Authority. Miracle on 34th Street author Valentine Davies wrote, “Christmas isn’t just a day, it’s a state of mind. This year Washington, North Carolina is having the BIG time holiday spirit. So manyRead More →

George L. Meader, 93, of Maplewood Assisted Living in Westmoreland, passed away in the comfort of his home on Thursday, October 28, 2021. George was born November 21, 1927 in Dexter, Maine, the son of the late George H. Meader and Clara V. (Thompson) Skillings. After his schooling, George joinedRead More →

CALGARY, Alberta, March 11, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Total Energy Services Inc. (“Total Energy” or the “Company”) (TSX:TOT) announces its consolidated financial results for the three months and the year ended December 31, 2020. Financial Highlights ($000’s except per share data) Three months ended December 31 Year ended December 31Read More →