04/05/17: The Westervelt Company Names New President and CEO (The Westervelt Company)
The Westervelt Company is pleased to announce Brian Luoma as President and CEO, effective March 20, 2017. He will assume the role held by Mike Case, who recently announced his retirement after more than 32 years with the company. Brian will assume management and strategic planning responsibility for the land resource organization which includes Westervelt Lumber, Westervelt Renewable Energy, Westervelt Forest Resources, Westervelt Communities, Westervelt Ecological Services and Westervelt New Zealand.
10/07/15: ENDANGERED GIANT GARTER SNAKE PERMANENTLY PROTECTED BY WESTERVELT ECOLOGICAL SERVICES (Westervelt Ecological Services)
Grasslands Mitigation Bank (GRMB), an environmental project being developed by Westervelt Ecological Services, has been approved by state and federal natural resource agencies to restore Giant Garter snake (Thamnophis gigas) (GGS) habitat and seasonal wetlands on 281 acres in Merced County, California.
01/14/15: MUSEUM SET TO UNVEIL NEW ACCESSION PAINTED IN 1861 (The Westervelt Company)
A masterwork embodying the patriotic spirit of Union troops as they observe Sunday sermon, “Sunday Morning in the Camp of the Seventh Regiment near Washington, D.C., 1861,” a masterwork painted by Sanford Gifford in 1861, is set to be unveiled in its new home, the Tuscaloosa Museum of Art, during its January 15, 2015, “Art With Friends” event from 5:30 p.m. – 7:30 p.m.
09/25/14: EPA Must Focus On Forest Fact vs. Fiction (The Westervelt Company)
An op-ed written by David Garman, a former Assistant Secretary and Undersecretary at the Department of Energy and a current consultant on energy issues, detailing the value of private forests and the public service they provide.
08/26/14: Wood: The Most Natural Resource (The Westervelt Company)
A sustainable natural resource and modern design element, wood is a critical component of current and future architecture.
Spend 5.5 minutes watching this video produced by a partnership in the state of Washington including: Washington Forest Products Association, Washington Contract Loggers Association, Family Forest Foundation, and the Washington Farm Forestry Association.