Environmental Ethics in Running a Logging Business

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Environmental Ethics in Running a Logging Business

June 13 @ 7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Free – $20

Join us for a discussion with Katrina Amaral of Timberdoodle Farm to learn about logging for long-term sustainable land management while farming, what to consider for stand health and diversity, and Timberdoodle’s environmental ethic.

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Timberdoodle Farm is a specialty logging & sawmill business based in Strafford, New Hampshire. Owners Miles and Katrina Amaral began custom sawmilling on a homemade chainsaw mill in 2010, operating out of their landlord’s driveway in Madbury. With backgrounds in mechanical engineering and conservation biology, Miles and Katrina found that they weren’t satisfied by commercial timber offerings – they believe in locally-sourced, ecologically responsible lumber. Timberdoodle Farm has been featured in NPR MarketplaceFast CompanyNorthern Woodlands, The Northern Logger magazine, and various podcasts.

Katrina and Miles are members of NH Timberland Owners Association (NHTOA) and the Northeast Loggers Association (NELA). In addition, Katrina serves on the Board of NELA, as a member of the Forest Society’s (SPNHF) Forestry Committee, and a professional member of the Forest Stewards Guild

*This sliding scale registration is designed to make our workshops as accessible as possible by providing a range of pricing options, with a goal of ticket sales averaging in the middle. The recommended price for this event is $5 for MOFGA members and $10 for non-members. Please pay what feels reasonable for you.

Questions? Email [email protected]

Katrina Amaral, of Tinderdoodle Farm, poses for the camera with working gloves and logging garb
Photo provided by Katrina Amaral, Timberdoodle Farm

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Date:

June 13

Time:

7:00 pm - 8:00 pm

Cost:

Free – $20

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