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Wisdom in Trees
Tue Jan 29, 2013 02:03 PM CST

As the 1990s were coming to a close, George Galloway was on his way to retiring early from a career as an electrical engineer and business owner. He was moving on to timber. The more he learned about purchasing and managing timberland—and he learned a great deal—the better he liked the business.

Timber as a renewable crop was not new to Galloway. After World War II, his father had purchased wooded land. Galloway recalls fondly that presence of timber in his young life. But there would be a difference in management practices between ...

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