I haven't done a logging film in a long time, which considering my long-term interest in the profession and its history seems unlikely. So let's watch this 1926 film Logging.
The desire of people to redo their homes in the face of being inside for a year has led to an unprecedented lumber boom. Prices have, in turn, skyrocketed. For.
Listen people, you have two choices. You can eat this month. Or you can buy my new book Empire of Timber: Labor Unions and the Pacific Northwest Forests, published by.
Willa Brown published a piece in the Atlantic yesterday on "lumbersexuality" and a crisis of masculinity. By lumbersexuality, Brown means the logger fetish a certain subset of bearded hipster men.
As we cut down our last tropical forests, decimating the lungs of the planet, at least a few people are bravely trying to stop it. In Brazil those activists are.
If there's one thing in this world I follow more closely than any other, it's the politics surrounding forestry in the Pacific Northwest. So I found this Michael Donnelly essay.