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In the NewsNov 30, 2016

Deal will preserve roughly 900-acre Malvern Hill Farm, site of Civil War battle

Posted on 9/27/2016 by Robert Zullo on A nonprofit land preservation group has entered into a nearly $6.6 million contract to purchase a roughly 900-acre, heavily forested farm property in Henrico and Charles City counties that includes a portion of the Malvern Hill battlefield, site of the final, bloody clash between Union and Confederate troops […]

NewsNov 21, 2016

President Trump and the Price of Timber

Posted on 11/9/2016 by Brooks Mendell on Once the election results were in, the emails started pinging at 3 a.m. with questions that can be summarized as, “How will a Trump presidency affect timber prices and the US forest products industry?” While the commentary in these messages include some gnashing of teeth and rolling of eyes, […]

NewsNov 7, 2016

US South Stumpage Market: YTD 2016 Results and Historic Trends

Posted on 10/20/2016 by Daniel Stuber on Forest2Market As we approach the end of the year, it’s a good time to analyze year-to-date (YTD) and historical stumpage market trends and prices throughout the US South. While winter seasonal pressure typically drives prices higher, I want to take note of the data before 4Q affects the market. Continue reading […]