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Timber Joey, Timber Jim, Hampton Lumber and the story of this year’s Victory Log

Timber Joey, Timber Jim, Hampton Lumber and the story of this year’s Victory Log

Hampton’s crew on this day, one week before the Portland Timbers’ home opener, is a special one. In the back seats of his Ford Super Duty FX4 sit Timber Jim and Timber Joey, whose annual mission to find the team’s Victory Log has brought them to the mountain. In the coming hours, the team will identify, cut and prepare the logs that will be used through the 2018 season. Read More

OSU study: Coast Range trout thrive after logging

OSU study: Coast Range trout thrive after logging

KTVZ.COM news sources: A decade-long study of cutthroat trout in the Oregon Coast Range has found that logging practices conducted in accord with the Oregon Forest Practices Act had no adverse impacts on coastal cutthroat trout and coho salmon populations or movements... Read More

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Top 5 Reasons to be #ForestProud

Top 5 Reasons to be #ForestProud

We have a lot to be proud of in this industry. Here are the top five reasons I’m #ForestProud: #1 – Timber keeps the Pacific Northwest green—in more ways than one! Read More

Timberland agrotourism? Yes, it’s a thing.

Timberland agrotourism? Yes, it’s a thing.

When you think of outdoor recreation in the Pacific Northwest, do working timberlands come to mind?  They should. While we manage our lands for timber production, as our forests grow, they provide a variety of other benefits, including recreation.  Most of Hampton’s forestland in Oregon and Washington is open to the public.  While we do […] Read More

Closing the Gender Gap at Hampton

Closing the Gender Gap at Hampton

Diversity makes us stronger.  Whether we’re talking about age, race, culture, or gender, diversity enriches our organization by introducing different perspectives, experiences, skills, and interests.  Unfortunately, in our industry, diversity, particularly gender diversity, is often lacking.  For nearly 200 years, men have outnumbered women by large margins in the PNW forest products sector. Today women […] Read More

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