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PG&E to Bury 10,000 Mi. of Power Lines in California

Pacific Gas & Electric plans to bury 10,000 mi. of its power lines in an effort to prevent its fraying grid from sparking wildfires when electrical equipment collides with millions of trees and other vegetation across drought-stricken California....


Case, Sonsray Machinery Provide Equipment for Team Rubicon Wildfire Cleanup Efforts in Arizona

Case Construction Equipment and its dealer Sonsray Machinery provided equipment and support to Team Rubicon for land clearing and demolition work in Pinal County, Ariz., as part of recovery efforts from the Margo Fire, which hit in April 2021....


Mowbray's Tree Service Utilizes Sennebogen for Removals

An army of arborists and tree care specialists have spread throughout California to clean up the debris and charred remains from this past year's record wildfires. The recovery effort has taken a big step forward with the delivery of a new fleet of Sennebogen tree care handlers, signaling the arrival of mechanized equipment for tree removal....


Atlas Tree Surgery Launches New Era of Tree Care With Growing Sennebogen Fleet

Rich Kingsborough is feeling pretty good about his growing fleet of green machines. Since receiving his first Sennebogen tree care handler in August of last year, he has added six more machines, and more are on the way....


Hawaiian Contractor's Mulching Operation Heats Up

The tropical climate of Maui attracts thousands to the island for vacations, special events, or just to escape the stress of the mainland. But this past summer — the hottest on record for Maui — sparked not only tourists, but a massive wildfire....


R&L Excavating Assists in Wildfire Recovery

Robert Leininger, president of R&L Excavating Inc. of Sweet Home, Ore., bought his first piece of equipment — a front end loader — from Feenaughty Machinery Co. in Eugene about two years ago....


Colorado Looks to Logging Industry to Revive Forests

GOULD, Colo. (AP) Stunned by unprecedented megafires, Colorado is embracing logging — mowing holes up to 140 acres in beetle-infested lodgepole pines — in an effort to revive out-of-balance forests....


Forestry Equipment Market Forecasted to Hit $17B by 2026

Rising incidences of wildfire across the world will have a major impact on forestry equipment market outlook over the next decade, according to a report by Global Market Insights Inc. Further, foresters and loggers are heavily dependent on these equipment to manage the task assigned to them....


Oregon Logging Conference Raises Funds for Fire Relief

Due to the wildfires on the west coast, specifically in the state of Oregon, Scott Melcher, president of the Oregon Logging Conference, issued the following statement:"The historic wildfires that are burning across our wonderful state have shaken our industry to the core....


Heavy Equipment Operators: First Responders

As firefighters worked nearly 20 major wildfires across the west coast, including California and Oregon, crews counted on the help of heavy equipment operators to get the infernos under control. Some of the wildfires had already been burning as the Labor Day weekend drew to a close, but when a historic windstorm blew across the already bone dry Pacific Northwest that evening, fires ignited across the state of Oregon....






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