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ALC Executive Vice President
Daniel J. Dructor
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Congress Fails to Reach Agreement on Forest Reforms

In mid-December it appeared an agreement would be reached to fix the nation’s broken system of wildfire funding while increasing the pace and scale of forest health projects on federal lands. Spurred by an unprecedented coalition of industry, conservation and outdoors groups, and thanks to your engagement and support, bipartisan members in both the House and Senate had agreed to include the negotiated package in the fiscal 2016 Omnibus bill, which Congress passed before the holidays to keep the government running. Continue reading “Congress Fails to Reach Agreement on Forest Reforms”

Weyerhaeuser and Plum Creek to Merge

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Tigercat Releases D-Series 822 Track Carrier

BRANTFORD ON, OCTOBER 22, 2015 – Tigercat has recently released the D-series 822 track feller buncher to the North American market.

The new D-series 822 takes the carrier to the next level with a number of improvement aimed at service access, operator ergonomics and hydraulic efficiency…

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American Loggers Council Gains Two new Member States

The West Virginia Loggers Council and the Associated Contract Loggers & Truckers of Minnesota were recently voted in as members of the American Loggers Council during their 21st annual meeting in Eureka, California.

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Frank Myers Named National Logging Activist of the Year

Veteran Virginia logger Frank Myers was recently awarded the American Loggers Council’s “National Logger Activist of the Year” Award in during their annual meeting in Eureka, California.

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American Loggers Council Meets in Eureka, California

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Time For Senate To Act After Record Breaking Wildfire Season

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