From The Stump

First the bad news: after 50 years and nine months, this is the final edition of Loggers World, and after 40 years, the final edition of Log...

by Mike Crouse, Publisher

Several years ago, at an Associated Oregon Loggers Annual Meeting around 2009 or so, we heard a speaker...

Talk with any logging contractor in the state of Washington and you’ll hear about the high cost of L&I (Labor and Industries) workman...

44th Annual Earth Day and Global warming

A few years ago at a holiday dinner with...

Every trip to California we’re reminded there are at least two California’s: the mostly sensible north and the rest of the state....

by Mike Crouse, Publisher

Congratulations... on reaching the New Year,...

Whether you live in New York, Los Angeles, Washington D.C. or in the more suburban or rural parts of our country, our attitudes are formed both...

Each fall the past 20 years has included travel to the American Loggers Council Annual Meeting, held in which ever state that year’s...

This month we traveled up to Port Angeles to something “impossible to imagine” a few years ago in operation at the Hermann Bros. log...

The good news this summer continues to be a gradually improving market demand for the wood, which has meant a relatively stable demand for logging...