SFRA: Southern forests well managed. Ownership patterns changing: industry down, small landowners up - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Barnes' nature art earns national award - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Veterans warn 'Freedom is not Free,' in ceremony at Dodson Memorial Veterans Day presentation - by Eugene Chellette Viet Nam Veteran - Speech of Veterans Day Ceremony, Dodson, LA

CCC veterans recognized at LSUA fete - Depression-era men built roads, planted trees, aided country's economic recovery - By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent

01 Dec

Willamette, W'haeuser not talking - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Bobby Denton mixes forestry, cattle, oil - by Jack M. willis, Journal Correspondent

01 Nov

Willamette war over? - Insider sale may give Weyerhaeuser win

Lumber prices dip below $250

Pine down, hardwood up in 2nd quarter

Loggers Challenge raise $10,000 for Museum, Miracle Network

Louisiana SAF takes serious look at water policy at state convention

Highway Planning Committee sets hearings

Museums to show WWII exhibits

01 Oct

LFA names Hubbard 2001 Logger - Winn contractor third from Parish to earn state award in five years

Water big issue on horizon - by Tom Kelly Editor and Publisher

Jameson named top Louisiana Tree Farmer

Minden couple get forest award

01 Sept

Benny, J.K. Martin die in July

Georgetown naming worth a Stetson - Grant Parish town came to life in North Louisiana
sawmilling boom. By Jack M. Willis, Journal Correspondent.

'Old timey' food had taste, and happiness - By W.C. Appott, Jr.

Rocky road may get rougher

LFA annual convention in Lafayette in August - By James Ronald Skains

Weyerhaeuser elects director slate to Willamette board

01 Aug

MSPA: The 'next big thing" - Landowners face new exposure with migrant contractors

CCC veterans recognized by Kisatchie - by Tom Kelly, Editor and publisher

'Log rules' tools aganist timber theft

Loggers Challenge to aid forestry Museum - Children's Miracle Network to share proceeds of
skills contest for state loggers

Foresters show teachers how woods works - 36 teachers from grades 3-12 will be prepared to
teach real environmentalism

Chet Whatley keeps traditions - He misses the old ways, but keeps many of them

Canadians cautious on market

Plum Creek, GP will deal

Timber prices down slightly

USDA Conservation aid available in farm act

01 July

Willamette - Weyerhaeuser showdown June 7 - by Tom Kelly, Editor and Publisher

Master Farmer program gets underway to address TMDL issues for agriculture

Delta Outdoors group forms

EXPO 2001 to draw 12,500 to Atlanta in July - 24 technical seminars on logging,
management, manufacturing, attracting interest

Forest Productivity Program funds 3,078 private landowners since '98

Sulphur Springs Was famous resort -- Pre-Civil War discovery in Catahoula
parish frequented by Bowies , others - by Jack M. Willis

01 June

Plum Creek timber operations continue in state

David West new mill manager at Dodson

Will Ferris killed wild gobbler on Corney Bayou in Union Parish 'fore the turn of the century'.
by Walter C. Abbott, Jr.

Louisiana growth lags behind South at under half national average rate

Farm group studies plan for tourist promotion

Forest Service research studies tree growth. Project leader gets up close and personal with
pines to evaluate stress

Bosworth appointment hailed - New Chief is career forester, respected by peers

Work of Louisiana artist prized nationwide - J.E. Yule displays amazing talent for turning
wood into beautiful art pieces.

Forestry grads find satisfaction in variety of religious vocations - by Ray A. Newbold

01 May

Aid available for NAFTA-caused losses - Canadian Softwood Agreement expiration raises fears of cheap-lumber market glut

Lumber industry fears invasion of low-price Canadian lumber as Agreement ends March 31

Water Summit begins regulatory discussion - Sen. Cain proposes bill to avoid depletion of state's underground water sources

West-Kimbrell Clan terrorized North Louisiana - Post-Civil War outlaw band's reign detailed in re-issue of Richard Briley's 1963 book

01 March

Gas prices put Piney Woods in sweat - Fertilizers based on natural gas expected to be in short supply, cost-prohibitive for farmers

Youthful CEO builds multi-million firm - Hogan's Hardwoods & Moulding topped $54 million sales for specialty lumber

Louisiana: Is our state's economy 'Making It' yet? - editorial

01 Feb

West Fraser operates Plum Creek mills - Canadian-based company makes and retails full-line of
wood products

Old-time Tremont hands tell experiences with series of mill ownerships at Joyce - by Jack M. Willis

Tremont moves mill - Equipment removed from Rochelle to site at Joyce - by Jack Willis

Adrian James is Plum Creek Timber Company Environmental Logger of Year for 2000
- by James Ronald Skains

Canada trade pact renewal on docket - by James Ronald Skains

Proof of ownership rule facing mills and loggers under new state statutes - by James Ronald Skains

Severance tax rates set on 2001 stumpage - by James Ronald Skains

Satellite seminar series set

EXPO 2001 in Atlanta July 19-21

CENLA forum in Alexandria January 27 announces Crain

01 Jan