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Roseburg Resources to sell its California timberlands to New Forests

Roseburg Resources Co. announced an agreement to sell its California timberlands to a timberland investment vehicle managed by New Forests. The transaction includes 170,000 acres in northern California, largely in Siskiyou and Shasta counties, as the company says in the press release received by Les...
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New Forests to acquire California timberlands from Roseburg Resources

New Forests announced an agreement to purchase a 170,000-acre timberland estate in northern California from Roseburg Resources Co. The properties will be acquired by Shasta Cascade Timberlands LLC, an investment entity managed by New Forests. Settlement is expected in early 2018, as the company says...

CatchMark agrees to $43.3 million acquisition of 14,923 acres of prime timberlands near southeast Georgia coast

CatchMark Timber Trust, Inc. announced an agreement to acquire 14,923 acres of prime timberlands near the southeast coast of Georgia for $43.3 million, excluding closing costs. The to-be-acquired timberlands in Long and McIntosh counties, the Coastal Georgia Acquisition, will expand CatchMark's posi...
October 17, 2017

The Forest Practices Board to audit 11 woodlots in Burns Lake and Francois Lake area, Canada

The Forest Practices Board will examine forest planning and practices on 11 woodlots in the Nadina Resource District, Canada. Auditors will examine whether harvesting, roads, bridges, silviculture, fire protection and associated planning, carried out between October 2015 and October 2017. ...
October 16, 2017

Swedish Forest Agency: Notified final felling areas increased by 17% in September

Notified area of final felling slightly increased in September in Northern Sweden for the first time this year. While in Southern Sweden notified area of final felling increased at a faster pace, as the Swedish Forest Agency said in the press release received by Lesprom Network.The total notified ar...
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