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Wear Mill, Stockport

Wear Mill was an integrated cotton works on the Cheadle Heath bank of the River Mersey in Stockport, Greater Manchester, in England. It was started around 1790 and added to, particularly in 1831 and 1884. In 1840, the Stockport Viaduct was built ...

                                               

Aquarelle.com Group

The Aquarelle.com Group is a French ecommerce company specialising in flower delivery. Based in the Paris suburb of Levallois-Perret, the organization is privately owned and led by the founders, Henri and François de Maublanc.

                                               

Arena Flowers

Arena Flowers is a flower and gifts retailer based in the United Kingdom. Arena Flowers’ first website was launched in 2006. Arena Flowers is an e-commerce company that sells flowers originating from England, the Netherlands and Africa, as well a ...

                                               

Bloomex

Bloomex is a national Canadian floral company offering various floral and gift arrangements throughout Canada, Australia and the United States via its online order system. The company, headquartered in Ottawa, Ontario, is privately held by its fo ...

                                               

BloomNation

BloomNation is an American online floral marketplace with about 3.500 florists delivering to nearly 5.000 cities across the country. As an" Etsy-type” site for flowers, customers connect directly with local florists whose flower arrangements are ...

                                               

Bunches Florapost

Bunches is a family business founded by Erik and Sandra Hoving in 1989. Bunches was a small flower stall which they had set up under a 3 metre by 4 metre umbrella in the Four Seasons shopping centre in Mansfield, Nottinghamshire. Bunches began as ...

                                               

Euroflorist

EuroFlorist is a Swedish flower delivery chain founded by Peter Jungbeck in 1982 as Svensk Blomsterformedling in Malmo, Sweden. Renamed to EuroFlorist in 1990, EuroFlorist began offering flowers online in 1995. In 2010, EuroFlorist acquired the U ...

                                               

IGP (e-gifting retailer)

IGP is an Indian online gifting company based in Mumbai, India founded in 1999. IGP claims to be the largest platform for Indian ethnic products and gifts and has the largest collection of products that caters to Indian festivals and events. IGP ...

                                               

Petals Network

Petals Network is a floral wire service company. Established in 1992, Petals offers both a florist-to-florist clearinghouse service and a customer to florist service through a network of independent local florists. Petals has a network of over 1. ...

                                               

Prestige Flowers

Prestige Flowers was established by the Simon Crowther and James Miskell in 2011. Prestige Flowers imports flowers from the Netherlands, Africa, Ecuador, and South America and delivers to the customers in UK and around the world.

                                               

ProFlowers

ProFlowers is a flower retailer in the United States. It is an e-commerce company that sells products shipped from growers, suppliers and its own distribution facilities to consumers. ProFlowers is headquartered in San Diego, California. It is a ...

                                               

Rossi & Rovetti

Rossi & Rovetti Flower Delivery is a long-running florists company based in San Francisco. The origins of the company Pelicano Rossi Flowers dates back to 1900, when a man named A. Pelicano, an immigrant from Italy, started a business selling fre ...

                                               

Teleflora

Teleflora is a floral wire service company which brokers orders to local florists for delivery. It has been a subsidiary of The Wonderful Company since 1979.

                                               

Wesley Berry Flowers

Founded by Wesley Berry Sr. in 1946, Wesley Berry Flowers began selling franchises in summer of 1985. The first franchise was opened at Sunset Corners shopping center in Troy, Michigan. In the 1980s, the company ran more than 1.000 television com ...

                                               

Boston Flower Exchange

The Boston Flower Exchange is a wholesale flower market located in Boston, Massachusetts. Founded as a marketplace that local growers could rent cooperatively to sell their products in a space more suited to their needs than Bostons historic Haym ...

                                               

Columbia Road Flower Market

Columbia Road Flower Market is a street market in Bethnal Green in London, England. Columbia Road is a road of Victorian shops off Hackney Road in the London Borough of Tower Hamlets. The market is open on Sundays only.

                                               

Dangwa flower market

Dangwa Flower Market, also known as the Bulaklakan ng Maynila, is a fresh flower market in the Sampaloc area of Manila, in the Philippines. The market is composed of several small individually-owned stalls and street vendors selling flowers whole ...

                                               

Mercado Jamaica

Mercado Jamaica is one of Mexico City’s traditional public markets where various vendors sell their wares in an established location. This market begat in the 1950s as part of efforts to urbanize the markets in the area. The market is located on ...

                                               

New Covent Garden Market

New Covent Garden Market is the largest wholesale fruit, vegetable, and flower market in the United Kingdom. Located in Nine Elms, London, the market covers a site of 57 acres and is home to about 200 fruit, vegetable, and flower companies. The m ...

                                               

Borealis (2008 film)

Borealis is a 2008 documentary film by Frank Wolf that follows two friends on a 3.100 km canoe adventure through the northern Boreal forest of Manitoba and Ontario. The film looks at the industrial threats to the pristine, vast wilderness north o ...

                                               

Song from the Forest

Song from the Forest is a 2013 German documentary film written and directed by Michael Obert. The film premiered on 21 November 2013 at International Documentary Film Festival Amsterdam, where it was honored with the Best Feature Length Documenta ...

                                               

Feller buncher

A feller buncher is a type of harvester used in logging. It is a motorized vehicle with an attachment that can rapidly gather and cut a tree before felling it. Feller is a traditional name for someone who cuts down trees, and bunching is the skid ...

                                               

Forwarder

A forwarder is a forestry vehicle that carries big felled logs from the stump to a roadside landing. Unlike a skidder, a forwarder carries logs clear of the ground, which can reduce soil impacts but tends to limit the size of the logs it can move ...

                                               

Harvester (forestry)

A harvester is a type of heavy forestry vehicle employed in cut-to-length logging operations for felling, delimbing and bucking trees. A forest harvester is typically employed together with a forwarder that hauls the logs to a roadside landing.

                                               

Heli-logging

Heli-logging, or helicopter logging, is a method of logging that uses helicopters to remove cut trees from forests by lifting them on cables attached to a helicopter. Helicopter logging is often used in inaccessible areas of forests. Because the ...

                                               

Hydraulic debarker

A hydraulic debarker is a machine removing bark from wooden logs by the use of water under a pressure of 100 psia or greater. Hydraulic debarking can reduce soil and rock content of bark, but may increase the water content. Debarking water may be ...

                                               

Logging truck

A logging truck or timber lorry is a large truck used to carry logs. Some have integrated flatbeds, some are discrete tractor units, and some are configured to spread a load between the tractor unit and a dollied trailer pulled behind it. Often m ...

                                               

Michigan logging wheels

Michigan logging wheels, also known as big wheels, high wheels, logging wheels, logger wheels, lumbering wheels, bummer carts, katydids or nibs, are a type of skidder. They extended the timber extraction season for the logging industry in the Nor ...

                                               

Forest railway

A forest railway, forest tram, timber line, logging railway or logging railroad is a mode of railway transport which is used for forestry tasks, primarily the transportation of felled logs to sawmills or railway stations. In most cases this form ...

                                               

Skidder

A skidder is any type of heavy vehicle used in a logging operation for pulling cut trees out of a forest in a process called "skidding", in which the logs are transported from the cutting site to a landing. There they are loaded onto trucks, and ...

                                               

Stump grinder

A stump grinder or stump cutter is a power tool or equipment attachment that removes tree stumps by means of a rotating cutting disc that chips away the wood. Stump grinders can be the size of a lawn mower or as large as a truck. Most accomplish ...

                                               

Swing yarder

A swing yarder is a mobile piece of heavy duty forestry equipment used for pulling logs from the woods to a logging road with cables. The swing yarder is also known as a grapple yarder. In any logging operation, it is necessary to transport the h ...

                                               

Tree spade

A tree spade is a specialized machine that mechanizes the transplanting of large plants whose hand-powered transplanting would be prohibitively laborious. These include large bushes and small or medium trees. By bringing mechanized power to what ...

                                               

Yarder

A yarder is piece of logging equipment which uses a system of cables to pull or fly logs from the stump to the landing. It generally consists of an engine, drums, and spar, but has a range of configurations and variations such as the Swing yarder.

                                               

Gass Forest Museum

Toward the end of the 19th century, an aborted attempt was made by J. A. Gamble, the conservator of forests of Madras Presidency to establish a forest museum in the province. A few years later in 1902, Gambles successor as Conservator of Forests, ...

                                               

Peoples State Forest Nature Museum

The Peoples State Forest Nature Museum is a state-run museum on Greenwood Road in the Peoples State Forest in Barkhamsted, Connecticut. It features displays on forestry, plants and animals native to Connecticut, local history, rocks and minerals, ...

                                               

Zwiesel Forest Museum

The Zwiesel Forest Museum in the town of Zwiesel on Kirchplatz 3 is a cultural and natural history museum in the Lower Bavarian county of Regen. It is housed in a building formerly part of a girls school run by an English sister. The exhibition i ...

                                               

Mast (sailing)

The mast of a sailing vessel is a tall spar, or arrangement of spars, erected more or less vertically on the centre-line of a ship or boat. Its purposes include carrying sails, spars, and derricks, and giving necessary height to a navigation ligh ...

                                               

Logging

Logging is the cutting, skidding, on-site processing, and loading of trees or logs onto trucks or skeleton cars. Logging is the process of cutting trees, processing them, and moving them to a location for transport. It is the beginning of a suppl ...

                                               

Alligator boat

Alligator boats were a type of amphibious vehicle used in the forestry industry throughout Ontario, Quebec, the Maritime provinces of Canada and the northern United States from the mid-19th century to the beginning of the 20th century. These boat ...

                                               

Benson raft

A Benson raft was a huge seagoing log raft designed to reliably transport millions of board feet of timber at one time through the open ocean. Held together with giant logging chains, the rafts cargo of logs and often finished lumber goods went f ...

                                               

Cord (unit)

The cord is a unit of measure of dry volume used to measure firewood and pulpwood in the United States and Canada. A cord is the amount of wood that, when "racked and well stowed", occupies a volume of 128 cubic feet 3.62 m 3. This corresponds to ...

                                               

Cut-to-length logging

Cut-to-length logging is a mechanized harvesting system in which trees are delimbed and cut to length directly at the stump. CTL is typically a two-man, two-machine operation with a harvester felling, delimbing, and bucking trees and a forwarder ...

                                               

Debarking (lumber)

Debarking is the process of removing bark from wood. Traditional debarking is conducted in order to create a fence post or fence stake which would then go on to be pointed before being planted. Debarking can occur naturally during powerful tornadoes.

                                               

Ellis and Burnand Tramway, Ongarue

The Ellis & Burnand Tramway was from 1922 to 1958 a 37 kilometres long forest railway near Ongarue in the central North Island of New Zealand with a gauge of 3 ft 6 in.

                                               

Emak S.p.A.

Emak S.p.A. is an Italian company specialised in the manufacture and distribution of machines, components and accessories for gardening, agriculture, forestry and industrial applications. Emaks brands are: Efco, Oleo-Mac, Bertolini and Nibbi. The ...

                                               

Gibbons and Harris

The steam engines of these locomotives were based on the design of those used for winches of ships, as known to Gibbons & Harris from conducting a lot of ship repair work. The boilers were purchased from other engineering companies manufactured. ...

                                               

Go-devil

The go-devil was a simple one-horse sled used for hauling trees in logging. Ralph C. Bryant describes it in his pioneering textbook Logging as follows: The go-devil is a product of the camp blacksmith shop. It is a rough sled having two unshod ha ...

                                               

Kauri Timber Company

The Kauri Timber Company, Limited, Auckland was from 1888 to 1944 a large logging and sawmilling company in New Zealand. KTC was formed in 1888, with a capital of £1.250.000, paid up to £750.000, and its operations were of a very comprehensive na ...

                                               

Kokiri Tramway

The Kokiri Tramway was at least from 1895 to the 1902 a forest railway with a gauge of 1.067 mm near Kokiri on the Arnold River in the west of New Zealands South Island.