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    Tougher than steel: Japan looks to wood pulp to make lighter auto parts

    The global push among carmakers to make ever lighter vehicles is leading some auto suppliers in Japan to turn to what seems like an unlikely substitute for steel - wood.

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    Massive fires increasing wood prices 

    Massive forest fires in western parts of Canada and the U.S. are not only choking us with layers of smoke, but are cutting off lumber supplies around our country.

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    tyler freres

    July was a tumultuous month for wood products even without our own struggles with the fire at the Freres Lumber Company's Plant 4.

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    June 2017 housing report now available

    The Virginia Tech – U.S. Forest Service housing market commentaries for June 2017 are now available.

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    Carbon offsets really do help lower emissions

    A new study examining the efficacy of paying to preserve forests finds that carbon offsets do produce genuine emissions reductions.

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    Scientists are using this collection of wood samples to combat illegal logging

    If his wood collection is any reflection of his character, Archie F. Wilson (1903-1960) was a meticulous man, tenacious in the pursuit of scientific precision yet compelled by beauty.

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    Commercial activities on National Forests

    Headwaters Economics produced two interactive maps to show the range of commercial activities on National Forests at the Forest, state and forest region levels.

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    Montana: Untold stories of the Jocko Lakes Fire 

    The $31.5 million price tag for the 2007 Jocko Lakes Fire made it the costliest fire in Montana history to date.

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    CCR:: 4FRI stallout vindicates city-funded forest thinning plan

    Five years seems like a long time to turn a vote at the polls for Flagstaff watershed protection into an on-the-ground forest restoration project.

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    Maine company seeks to produce innovative wood-fiber insulating boards

    GO Logic is trying to attract an overseas company to make the boards here, and it's also developing a product of its own.

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    Can the Finnish forest become a center for sustainable fashion?

    I would never have imagined back in 2011, the year I returned to Stora Enso, that about five years later I would be speaking in a big conference in London wearing a dress made out of our wood fibers.

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    RY Timber company puts land for sale; Company will reinvest proceeds in Montana

    One of Wallowa County’s largest private landowners has put nearly 20,000 acres of forestland on the market.