Archive: March 2012
A new report prepared by an Old Town natural-resource consulting firm for the Maine Forest Service, under the Maine Department of Conservation, has determined that Maine's hardwood inventory is at a near-record high.
The analysis, prepared by James W. Sewall Co., indicates that the hardwood inventory, at 351 million tons, is 16.6 percent higher than in 1995, with growth exceeding harvests on a statewide basis by 6 percent. This growth has occurred at a time when pulp and paper mills...
James W. Sewall Company, an international professional consulting organization specializing in energy, infrastructure and natural resources, announces today the appointment of David T. Edson, LPF, as President/CEO. He replaces former CEO Dr. James H. Page, who is leaving Sewall to become Chancellor of the University of Maine System.
Mr. Edson has dedicated his professional career to Sewall in leadership roles as President, Executive Vice-President, Chief of Operations, and Vice President of...