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NEWS: A report on the environmental impacts of woody biomass harvesting for energy by William Stewart, Robert Powers, Kathryn McGown, Lindsay Chiono and Teresa Chuang was completed in 2010 and provides a thorough review of the major issues and literature relevant to California. Click on the below link to read the report.
Environmental Impacts Of Woody Biomass Harvesting For Energy
Fall 2010: SJ Hall Lecture in Industrial Forestry
Declaring Peace in Timber country: Sustainable Forests in a Perpetual Business
Neal Ewald, Green Diamond Resource Company
About Neal Ewald
Since 1988, Mr. Ewald has managed the 435,000-acre California Division of Green Diamond engaged in harvesting, reforestation, silvicultural and wildlife research, tree improvement, and timberland acquisition. In his tenure at Green Diamond, the company has attained long-term landscape habitat management plans that protect sensitive terrestrial wildlife and aquatic species including the first Habitat Conservation Plan developed by a private landowner in 1992 for the northern spotted owl. He will discuss the transition of forest management toward landscape approaches to sustainability in a perpetual business model.