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Wood Demand Revisited: Bioenergy, Building Products, and Carbon Markets

Forisk’s Annual “Wood Flows & Cash Flows” Conference will happen virtually on Thursday, August 25th. In addition to covering financial issues related to timberland investmentsstress on the forest industry supply chain, and projected forest industry capacity by sector across North America, the event includes a facilitated of panel of forest industry executives to share views on current and emerging demand for wood and timber.

The ”Wood Demand Revisited” executive panel will discuss how, and if, our fundamental understanding of what drives the demand for wood and forest products have and are changing. What are implications on how timberland investors manage their forest assets? How does this affect the forest industry supply chain?

Our panelists, from three North American regions and three forest industry sectors, include:

  • Alex Hinson, President & CEO of Resource Management Services. Prior to joining RMS, Alex worked at Plum Creek Timber Company, a timber REIT, in a variety of leadership and management roles.
  • Ashlee Cribb, Vice President of Wood Products for PotlatchDeltic Corporation. Ashlee’s forest industry leadership experience includes roles with Roseburg Forest Products and Georgia-Pacific.
  • Eric Kingsley, Partner with Innovative Natural Resource Solutions, a forest industry consulting firm with offices in New Hampshire and Maine. Eric’s experience includes projects to support the development of new forest industries and the use of unique financial tools to support the industry.

Can’t make it on August 25th? No problem! This event will be recorded for you to view afterwards. Registration by August 24th is still required if you cannot attend live. To learn more and to register, click here.

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