December 10, 2005 in Business

Coming Sunday

The Spokesman-Review

Trees are a hot commodity among institutional investors these days.

Interest in Timber Investment Management Organizations, or TIMOs, has exploded during the past 15 years. TIMOs operate something like mutual funds, holding vast tracts of forestland and selling an interest to investors.

Read more about TIMOs and their impact on the wood-products industry – and, potentially, on America’s timberlands – in a story Sunday by Becky Kramer.

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