3 edition of Western juniper drying project summaries, 1993-1996 found in the catalog.
Western juniper drying project summaries, 1993-1996
by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Or
Written in English
|Statement||Scott Leavengood and Larry Swan|
|Series||General technical report PNW -- GTR-475, General technical report PNW -- 475|
|Contributions||Swan, Larry, Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
Other Potential Issues With Air-Drying Western Juniper Lumber by Scott Leavengood, Oregon State University Extension Service Another issue related to the use of air-dried juniper lumber has been related to shrinkage. Wood shrinks when it loses moisture and western juniper is no different than other wood species in this regard. 1 biology, ecology, and management of western juniper western juniper biology, ecology, and management of technical bulletin • june agricultural experiment station.
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Below is a link to a study done 20+ years ago on the feasibility of the commercial use of western juniper. I found this article when I googled "sawing. Below is a link to a study done 20+ years ago on the feasibility of the commercial use of western juniper. Drying and Processing» An old study on Western Juniper ;. Summary Western juniper exists across a large expanse of eastern Oregon, over 6 million acres. It generally grows in multiaged stands with crown cover of less than 50 per-cent. We classify juniper stands as forest or savanna based on stocking of 5 percent or greater as being forest. The majority of the juniper forest is split almost evenly.
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Western juniper drying project summaries, [microform] / Scott Leavengood and Larry Swan U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Western juniper drying project summaries Station Portland, Or Australian/Harvard Citation. Leavengood, Scott A. & Swan, Larry.
Western juniper drying project summaries, 8 p. (OCoLC) Microfiche: Leavengood, Scott A. Western juniper drying project summaries, 1 microfiche (OCoLC) Material Type: Document, Government publication, National government publication, Internet resource: Document Type: Internet Resource, Computer File.
Western juniper drying project summaries, 1 online resource (8 p.) (OCoLC) Print version: Leavengood, Scott A. Western juniper drying project summaries, 8 p. (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, National government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors.
Western Juniper Drying Project Summaries, Scott Leavengood and Larry Swan. Scott Leavengoodis a wood products extension agent, Oregon State University Extension Service, Vandenberg Road, Klamath Falls, OR ; and Larry Swanis the informal liaison for the Western Juniper Commercialization.
During 1993-1996 book conducted by the Western Juniper Commercialization Project in andit became apparent that years of anecdotes about how difficult it is to dry juniper were hindering the willingness of manufacturers to conduct manufacturing trials and test market value-added western juniper products.
Drying tests and trials were. Western juniper drying project summaries, by: Leavengood, Scott A. Published: () A method of seasoning small quantities of lumber / by: Rasmussen, Edmund Frederick.
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Western Juniper Drying Project Summaries, March It is listed as a vulnerable species in the Red Book of Italian plants and its various communities are included in Annex I of the.
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Juniper, genus of about 60 to 70 species of aromatic evergreen trees or shrubs in the cypress family (Cupressaceae). The plants are found throughout the Northern Hemisphere. Several species are cultivated, and juniper cones, known as ‘berries,’ are used to flavor gin and other beverages.
Gumpert, Gary Personal communication. Prineville, OR. in Western Juniper Newsletter, Vol. 1, No. 2 (Summer ), "There Was This Guy in Prineville". Leavengood, Scott and Larry Swan Final report - Western juniper drying project summary, Unpublished report on file Oregon State University Extension, Klamath Falls, OR.
Final report - Western juniper drying project summary, Unpublished report on file Oregon State University Extension, Klamath Falls, OR. Loveness, Ron Personal communication. Modoc Lumber, Klamath Falls, OR. McGee, Walter.Personal communications with Walt McGee, operator of probably the only medium-size mill.
Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) is a small, short (35 feet is a fairly tall tree), branchy tree found in the high plains in eastern Oregon and northern and eastern California. Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) trees are a common sight in the high desert of eastern Oregon, southwestern Idaho, and northeastern r trees have been described as looking like "polka-dots on the hillsides".
Western juniper populations have expanded and. Juniper is an ideal solution for building a wood retaining wall. It is long lasting (30+ years in ground-contact installations), free of chemicals and creosote, and has a beautiful, natural look to it that other types of wood simply cannot more about this wood and the ecosystem restoration projects from which it comes.
In summary, there is a window of opportunity for entrepreneurial ventures in supplying retail scent products based on Western Juniper oil derivatives. Return to Contents Bibliography (1) E.F. Kurth and J.D.
Ross (), "Volatile Oil From Western Juniper", Report #C Oregon Forest Products Laboratory, Oregon State University. Western Juniper Wood and Lumber Products for sale.
Joseph's Juniper, Inc. in Hines, Oregon. Call Tel# Cell Western Juniper Harvest Systems Comparisons Project; Solar Kiln Drying of Western Juniper Lumber; Connolly Wood Products, Bend, Oregon: Total Commitment to Developing a Western Juniper Industry top of page. Vol. 3, No.1 Summer Coming Soon.
Western Juniper is highly durable and similar to cedar and redwood, offering decades of performance. Naturally Resistant Naturally impervious to rot and insects, Western Juniper is % chemical free (non-toxic) Naturally Distinctive Fine woodworkers, designers and architects alike praise Western Juniper for its rugged and distinctive beauty.
Western juniper heartwood is highly durable (similar to redwood and cedars) and has aromatic properties like its close relative eastern redcedar (Juniperus virginiana).
The color of the wood varies from milky white to deep reddish-brown and has large, swirling grain patterns and bands of heartwood mixed with sapwood, similar to eastern redcedar. Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis subsp.
occidentalis) range expansion into sagebrush steppe ecosystems has affected both native wildlife and economic livelihoods across western North potential listing of the greater sage-grouse (Centrocercus urophasianus) under the U.S.
Endangered Species Act has spurred a decade of juniper removal efforts, yet limited research .Summary. BLM administers 79 percent of the juniper forest and 88 percent of the area of is a nationwide project of the USDA Forest Service authorized by the Forest and Rangeland Renewable Resource Act of Work units, located at Forest Service research and experiment stations, conduct for- Map 1—Western Juniper in Eastern Oregon.