2002

Weyerhaeuser main impact story of '02
By Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Times tough, but Log-A-Load rolls on
National charity serves kids at 70 hospitals through Miracle Network
By James Ronald Skains, Special to The Journal

Winnsboro native new Kisatchie supervisor

Dec02


Grower tries walnut plantation
Small independent landowner sees prospect in high-value hardwood
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Wood treaters facing CCA changeover
Compound with arsenic being phased out for non-industrial use
By Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Wood Arson group sees achievement
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Got kudzu? Don't dispair; get a goat
By Howard Gryder, Journal Correspondent

Delta Outdoors Wildlife group has first meet

Landry president, Lindberg retires from Southern Forest Products Assn.

AF&PA set 2003 meeting schedule

Wildlife Short Course Set for February

02Nov


Morgan wins SAF honors

Sabastian chairs LASAF next term

New LFA leader is forest consultant, owner
Southeast Louisiana native Gaston Lanaux III has deep roots in timber culture of area
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Landowner tax seminars set

EXPO 2003 in Atlanta June 23-27 says SFPA

02oct


Urania faces mill shutdown by LP-GP
By Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Casket Terral is 2002 LFA Logger of Year
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

T & G Railway connected forestry in region
Former employees of Tremont industries remember 'Good Old Days' at reunion
by Mildred King Shell

Goats prove good combination on forest land
By Howard Gryder, Journal Correspondent

Weyerhaeuser begins Ultrapine production

Timber prices up for quater

02 Sept.


LP land deals closing August 15

October Treasure Forest meet

Texas Forestry group seeks assurance on water rights

02 Aug


Forest land moving to investors
By Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

'No Hope' reancher retiring
By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

'What If' multiple land use could really work?
By Howard Grydner, Journal Correspondent

Pine sawtimber prices up from last year in state

Journal is retiring compromised e-mail acount 'ttkelly'

02 July


Louisiana Pacific will sell plants, timberland
Downsizing nationally to 'core' product lilne
By TOM KELLY, Editor and Publisher

Landowners: Get active, portect forest value
Landowners empowerment, property rights among issues at East Texas Field Day
By TOM KELLY, Editor and Publisher

Wild hogs overrun tree farm
Harmon Chandler frustrated with damage by 'freeloaders"
By JACK M. WILLIS, Journal Correspondent

Southern Forest Museum rates raves, visit
By Hope J. Norman, Journal Correspondent

5th Simsboro Tractor fest set July 5-6

02 June


Green Certification: It's here, ready or not
Idea whose time has come can have future market implications for forest landowners
By TOM KELLY, Editor and Publisher

Major producers oppose tariff
Weyerhaeuser joins Lowe's, Home Depot in as campaign

Tony James LLA Logger of Year

Dodson Mill going to double shift in June

Dobson Pulpwood moves in new chip system

Zwolle Loggers & Forestry Festival May 10-11
Expanded event opens first time on new community property shared with Tamale Fest

02 May


It's officially Weyerhaeuser

Forest Festival set in Winnfield April 26-27

Tremont reunion is planned

Hodge bag plant closes May 11 - 275 jobs lost is hit to Jackson parish community

Gum Springs upgrade outlined by Kisatchie, By TOM KELLY, Editor and Publisher

Private landowners link up - David Young of Natchitoches on National Network board

Dodson reunion set May 4

Canadian lumber imports under tariffs

02 April


Willamete's tramsition on, By TOM KELLY, Editor and Publisher

Filbert Manuel innovates, Hessmer man finds profit in wood working sideline,
By JACK M. WILLIS, Journal Correspondent

Wilmer Armstrong remembers Selma days, Long-gone Grant Parish mill
town was booming at turn of 20th century
, By JACK M. WILLIS, Journal Correspondent

Ouachita, Calcasieu waters get EPA approval

Woman head forestry in Louisiana, Arkansas, By HOPE J. NORMAN, Journal Correspondent

02 March


Willamette board agrees to takeover, $7.9 billion offer sets stage for deal closing by end of Spring 2002

Lufkin rally to support property - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Fifties Forest beauty queen remembers. Jenna Fae Watley keeps an active life with husband, family, grandchildren in Jena - by Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Bradley innovates and serves forest industry - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

02 Feb


Groundwater study digs deep into Sparta future - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Suits seeks revocation of tax exemptions on WMA leased hunting properties - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Delta farmers aim to put marginal land to good use as wildlife habitat for hunting leases - by Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

Parishes get $3.6 mil from Kisatchie fund

'If Only' mistaken shot ends young hunter's life - By Glynn Harris, Outdoors Writer

Forest Service bottlenecks hurting forests
Chief Bosworth tells Congress too many regulatins create confusion on the ground

Plum Creek now in Crossett

02 Jan

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