Vice President – Analytical Services
As Vice President of Forest2Market's analytical services, Stuber oversees development, design and quality of custom analytics at Forest2Market. He is responsible for all of Forest2Market's project-based work, including resource studies and site evaluations, as well specialty forecasts. He is also the Operations lead for data infrastructure development.
Forest2Market's third employee, Stuber began working as a timber market analyst for Forest2Market in 2002. Prior to the Operations department being split into two divisions, Stuber was Vice President – Operations. His other experience includes a variety of roles in the forestry industry, including stints in sawmills and with the U.S. Forest Service. He also has experience in timber inventory management, silvicultural applications and harvesting.
A graduate of University of Georgia's Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, Stuber earned a B.S. and an M.F.R. in Forest Resources. While in graduate school, Stuber collected survey data on timber prices for the Warnell School's timber pricing service.
Export Industry’s Impacts on Southern Forests, Markets
April 25, 2016;
Forest2Market's Director of Biomaterial and Sustainability Sales, Tracy Leslie writes about the impact of export industrial wood pellet market on US South forests in Biomass Magazine: Export Industry’s Impacts on Southern Forests, Markets.
Forest2Market Rebrands to Highlight International Expansion
April 15, 2016;
Forest2Market, Inc., a global provider of data solutions for the forest products industry, today announced a corporate rebranding initiative. This rebranding includes a revision of Forest2Market’s visual identity to more directly reflect the company’s expansion internationally.
Wood: An Abundant, Renewable Feedstock for Biofuels & Biochemicals Producers
April 15, 2016;
For project developers and investors pursuing greener replacements for petroleum-based fuels and chemicals, the choice of feedstock is a critical early decision point. From algae and animal and vegetable fats to agricultural crops and municipal solid waste, the possibilities are numerous. As the oldest energy source on the planet, wood is a logical choice as a biofuels or biochemicals feedstock.