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The Calforests family would like to extend its condolences to the family and friends of Big Creek Lumber co-founder Homer T. "Bud" McCrary. As many of you know very well, Bud was a giant in the forestry sector and one of its most influential members...

By Calforests Staff - The University of California College of Agriculture and Natural Resources recently released a study analyzing the economic contributions broadly related to the areas of forest management and forest products manufacturing. Highlights of the report include the following findings: "The forestry and forest-products...

By Rich Gordon, President and CEO, Calforests - The California Legislature has returned to work in Sacramento. The State Assembly resumed work on May 4th and the State Senate is back in session today. While they are back it is under new and very unusual arrangements. Policy...

By Rich Gordon, President and CEO, Calforests - As I write this, I am completing two weeks of home confinement. While I am a little stir crazy, I am committed to doing my part to impact the spread of the virus and protect all of...

By Rich Gordon, President and CEO, Calforests - Governor Issues Executive Order, Homeland Security Deems Forestry Sector as Essential Last night Governor Newsom issued an Executive Order immediately ordering all Californians to stay at home due to the COVID-19 pandemic. Exceptions to this order are only for those individuals...

By Bill Warne, Partner/Chairman, Downey Brand - On February 20, 2020, the California Supreme Court published its eagerly anticipated decision in the matter of Scholes v. Lambirth Trucking Company. As recently discussed at Calforests' annual meeting by one of the panelists, this case was being...

By Calforests Staff - With current affairs attracting most people’s attention, Calforests would like to acknowledge the contributions of two individuals, who are leaving our family. Lindsey Parsons, Calforests Administrative Assistant, is moving on to a new opportunity. Her last day at Calforests will be March...