FORSYTH, Georgia – Some of the best loggers don’t always come from logging, but find their way to it the long way around. Case in point: Hugh “Trip” Glidewell the Third, 41, is the owner of G3 Timber, LLC. His nickname, Trip (he doesn’t go by Hugh), came from the word triple, because he is the third Hugh Glidewell: “Talce the ‘le’ off triple and you have Trip,” he explains. His company name originates from similarly witty thinking G3 denotes Glidewell the Third, or Triple.
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Officials at Mississippi State University (MSU) have noted that Mississippi’s 2023 timber harvest is expected to set a record for the 21st Century. “We are on pace to exceed 36 million tons of timber harvested, which would be the highest level we…
Martin Sustainable Resources LLC of Alexandria, La. has donated $1 million to Louisiana Tech as a leadership gift toward construction of the University’s new Forest Products Innovation Center (FPIC), with the assurance of another $1 million to be…
How economically sustainable are Virginia’s logging businesses? That is the question that Scott Barrett, an extension specialist—forest operations at the Virginia Tech Dept. of Forest Resources and Environmental Conservation, asked Virginia’s…
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