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My research focuses on applied forest business issues in four key areas of emphasis: 1) Evaluating forest businesses with regard to safety, productivity, planning, and logistics; 2) Developing solutions to improve the efficiency and profitability of forest businesses; 3) Analyzing forest business issues such as supply chain management and biomass utilization opportunities and challenges; and 4) Evaluating best management practices and the…
Prior Positions: Executive Director: Georgia Forestry Association 1987 - 1998 Executive Vice President: Mississippi Forestry Association 1984 - 1989 Division Forester: American Pulpwood Association 1978 - 1984 District Manager, Wood Procurement: Brunswick Pulp Land Company 1974 - 1978 Military Police/Military Intelligence Officer: U.S. Army 1969 -1974, U.S. Army Reserve 1975-2006
Dr. Bettinger was honored with the Award in Forest Science for outstanding research in forest managerial sciences by the Society of American Foresters in 2023. Dr. Bettinger was honored with the Carl Alwin Schenck award for outstanding performance in the field of forestry education by the Society of American Foresters in 2020. He is 1 of only 4 people to have been honored with both a national teaching and national research award by the Society…
I am associate professor of forest operations in the Harley Langdale Jr. Center for Forest Business at the University of Georgia. I teach classes on topics such as timber harvesting and forest measurements. My research focuses on all aspects of the wood supply chain, from harvesting through delivery to a mill. My recent research has focused on timber transportation safety and efficiency, timber harvesting productivity and cost, logging capacity…
W. Dale Greene became Dean of the Warnell School of Forestry & Natural Resources in June 2015.  He joined the faculty in 1986 and is known for his research and teaching that focused on improving the economic and environmental performance of the wood supply chain.  He was twice appointed by Georgia Governors to the Georgia State Board of Registration for Foresters and has been active throughout his career in the Georgia Forestry…

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