Written by: Photos by: Published by: USDA
USDA and Softwood Lumber Board award $3 million to support tall wood demonstration projects in New York and Portland, Oregon NEW YORK, Sept. 17, 2015 — Today, U.S. Secretary of Agriculture Tom Vilsack, in partnership with the Softwood Lumber Board ...
Written by: Ilene Aleshire Photos by: Published by: The Register Guard
A Southern Oregon company has become the first in the United States to be certified to produce cross laminated timber, a product that could provide an economic shot in the arm for rural communities, Gov. Kate Brown announced Thursday at Best Fest, an...
Can Wooden Skyscrapers Revive US Timber Industry? Washington, Oregon, USDA Betting They Can Fuel DemandJuly 24, 2015
Written by: Amy Nordrum Photos by: Ema Peter Published by: International Business Times
EATONVILLE, Wash. – Like a proud father, Gregory Ettl loves to show off the soaring trees in western Washington's Pack Forest. His camouflage truck rattles down dirt roads to a succession of forested patches, and he jumps out every 10 minutes or so...
Written by: Thomas Maness Photos by: Oregon State Published by: Oregon State University
The Oregon Legislature has approved $29.7 million in state bonding to help fund the Oregon Forest Science Complex at Oregon State University in Corvallis....
Written by: Andrea Watts & Leslie Helm Photos by: D.R. Johnson Published by: Seattle Business
Before aerospace, software and coffee defined the Pacific Northwest, timber was the industry that fueled our economy. Now, a radical new approach toward sustainable construction — building high-rises from wood — could bring timber back into the s...
Written by: Heidi Hiaasen Photos by: Published by: University of Oregon
udith Sheine, professor and department head of the UO architecture program, recently provided testimony to the Oregon Legislature in support of a Senate bill that would appropriate lottery funds to the operation and research budget of the National Ce...