The 2016 third quarter report includes data on forest health in Huron-Manistee, Ottawa and Hiawatha forests, third quarter state and federal market activity and third quarter timber sales.
On July 29th, the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission (FERC) released a final environmental impact statement (EIS) for the Rover Pipeline, a $4.2 billion infrastructure project which will distribute domestically-produced natural gas to markets in Ohio, Michigan, West Virginia, and Pennsylvania.
Natural gas serves as a feedstock for a number of consumer products, from plastics, tires, rubber and insulation to clothing and household goods.
A Boy Scout named Brian passed an article along to the Michigan Forest Products Counil earlier this month regarding forest fires. Brian is very aware of the forest fires happening in Alberta, Canada because his cousin lives in Calgary.
Michigan has an opportuntiy to support a project that offers a promising opportunity for all Michigan residents.
The Michigan Forest Products Council applauds the annoucement by the Federal Energy Regulatory Commission that it has released the draft Environmental Impact Statement for the Rover natural gas pipeline project.
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MSU Extension recently released a new QFP bulletin, E3234, by Dr. Karen Potter-Witter.
Conservation easements are sometimes important tools for some forest owners.
All Michigan counties are covered by at least one conservancy, sometimes multiple conservancies.