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22 October 2012 | Rural Life,Forestry,News

The CLA has called on the government to ban all imports of ash plants and seeds to halt the spread of an ash tree disease. The disease, Chalara fra...

CLA calls for import ban to stop ash tree disease

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22 October 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Domestic log prices in Western Russia did not decline long-term as the Russian government had hoped when Russia increased log export tariffs to 25% in...

Sawlog prices in Russia rise 25% despite higher log tariffs

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15 October 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Log and lumber imports to China were down 19% during first eight months of 2012, y-o-y, with the biggest declines seen of logs imported from Russia an...

Log and lumber imports to China down 19%

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9 October 2012 | Forestry,News

Pellet exports from the two primary pellet-producing regions on the North American continent, the U.S. South and British Columbia, have continued to g...

US surpasses Canada as largest wood pellet exporter

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18 September 2012 | Forestry,News

Chile and Brazil have began to supply Eucalyptus chips to Chinese pulp mills; however Japan continues to be the major destination for Latin American w...

Timber and Wood Products market report - 18th September 2012

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3 September 2012 | Forestry,News

Lumber markets in the US improving with higher demand and increasing prices in the 2Q/12; sawlog price trends mixed, reports to the Wood Resource Quar...

US demand for lumber 'highest seen for May'

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29 August 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Softwood sawlog prices continued their slide throughout the world in the 2Q/12, and the Global Sawlog Price Index (GSPI) was down for the fourth conse...

Sawlog prices trending downward worldwide

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15 August 2012 | Forestry,News

The small fragments of tropical forests left behind after deforestation are suffering extensive species extinction, according to new research led by t...

Widespread local extinctions in tropical forest ‘remnants’

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9 August 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

China imported 15 percent less sawlogs in the first half of 2012 than in 1H/2011; in addition, prices for domestic and imported softwood logs were low...

China importing 15 percent less sawlogs

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3 August 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Wood chip prices fell throughout the US and Canada in the 2Q/12; the US South continues to have the lowest chip prices and Eastern Canada the highest,...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 3rd August 2012

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1 August 2012 | Forestry,News,Property News

The CLA has told the government it could only support the reform of public rights of way if the proposals are made more 'efficient' for landowners. ...

Rights of way must be 'more efficient' for landowners

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24 July 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Can changes in forest management regimes in British Columbia mitigate the sharp reductions in timber harvests caused by the mountain pine beetle? T...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 24th July 2012

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20 July 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Wood fiber costs for the European pulp industry have fallen from the record highs of 2011, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. Wood fiber costs fo...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 20th July 2012

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17 July 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Weaker pulp markets have resulted in lower wood chip and pulplogs prices worldwide, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly. The global pulp market is ...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 17th July 2012

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14 July 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

The global sawlog price index in the 1Q/12 was down almost nine percent from early 2011, with Europe experiencing the biggest decline in prices, repor...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 14th July 2012

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6 July 2012 | Forestry,News

Wood chip exports from Australia fell in 2011 to their lowest level in 11 years and Vietnam took over as world’s largest chip exporter, reports the Wo...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 6th July 2012

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4 July 2012 | Forestry,News

England's forests are a 'national asset and should not be sold off' said a panel of advisers appointed by the government in March last year. The de...

Advisers warn against public forest sell-off

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4 July 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Eucalyptus log prices in Brazil reached a peak in the 3Q last year, but fell back almost eight percent in the 4Q/11 in US dollar terms because of the ...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 4th July 2012

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27 June 2012 | Forestry,News

Latest figures published by Forestry Commission England show our woodlands are incredibly well protected and sustainable forestry remains strong. A...

Sustainable forestry strong in England

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27 June 2012 | Forestry,News

Reduced log export tariffs in Russia unlikely to boost the country’s log export volumes back up to historic levels, reports the Wood Resource Quarterl...

Timber and Wood Products Market Report - 27th June 2012

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22 June 2012 | Forestry,News

A new report published today by the Woodland Expansion Advisory Group states that Scotland needs to give woodland creation a new direction by promotin...

Report aims to break down barriers over tree planting

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20 June 2012 | Forestry,News

Ahead of this year's Royal Highland Show, Rural Affairs Secretary Richard Lochhead today welcomed Scotland's newest farmers into the industry. Mr L...

Scotland's newest farmers awarded Forestry Commission Scotland starter farms

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18 June 2012 | Other Livestock,Forestry,News

Forestry Commission England has released documents online inviting people to apply by tender for Deer Control Licences on the Public Forest Estate. It...

Forestry Commission England tender for Deer Control Licences

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15 June 2012 | News

Pellet exports from North America to Europe reached a new record high in the 4Q/11. Shipments have increased practically every quarter for four years,...

Global Timber and Wood Market Report - 15th June 2012

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12 June 2012 | Forestry,Market Reports,News

Global trade of lumber up 25 percent the past two years, with signs of better times ahead for the lumber industry, reports the Wood Resource Quarterly...

Global Timber Market Update - 12th June 2012