|Loading off the road trucks|
|One log off the butt cut to 8"|
|Tops for pulpwood come in separately from logs|
|Barking and chop saw line|
|logs headed for the mill|
|A cant headed for the resaw|
|Pulling the junk which drops in the hole in the middle of the chain|
|Lumber headed for the trim saw|
Featured here is a hybrid poplar farming operation located near Boardman, Oregon where irrigation makes poplar growing in what would otherwise be a desert possible. The forest appears to be owned by GreenWood Resources, and the mill operated by a branch of the Collins companies of of Lakeview, OR.
GreenWood Tree Farm Fund (GTFF) is a 35,000 acre tree farm and hardwood sawmill complex located in the Pacific Northwestern United States. GTFF is operated by GreenWood Resources, Inc. (GWR) as the investment and property manager. The Collins Companies manages the sawmill and markets the lumber under the brand of Pacific Albus®, which refers to hybrid poplar varieties developed by GWR.