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Lumber

Wood cut in such a way as to be used for building. Lumber may be traded as a commodity and is especially important in the construction industry. Sustainable woodcutting has become a significant issue in the lumber industry.
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The city of Muskegon owes its library, park, art gallery (one of the finest of its size in the country), hospital, schools, and miscellaneous other civic benefactions to the lumberman Charles H.
The second big draw is how quick and easy the LumberMan enables owners to mill sizeable piles of high-value lumber every day.
Her investigation is working in cooperation with cause and origin experts, including those brought in by Lumberman Underwriting Alliance.
He was an employee of redwood lumberman Bill Conde, who was Oregon's leading cannabis activist until he left Harrisburg for Belize in 2001.
The idea for the park came from the late Cottage Grove lumberman Loran LaSells "Stub" Stewart, an executive of the Bohemia Lumber Co.
Eugene lumberman Aaron Jones, owner of the wood-iburning Seneca Sustainable Energy LLC electricity plant north of Eugene, is asking a judge to intervene in his company's tax-credit dispute with the state Department of Energy.
He worked as a lumberman in the Willamette Valley of Oregon in the early 1920s.
Recent big donations to the committee include $10,000 earlier this month from Eugene lumberman Aaron Jones, $5,000 from Eugene TV station KEZI owner Carolyn Chambers, and $5,000 from Eugene landlord Donna Wooley.
Solomon, granddaughter of the late lumberman and community leader L.
On the hillside is the Hurd residence, a two-story frame house with a tower belonging to local lumberman and shipper Oscar W.
President Teddy Roosevelt said it a hundred years ago, and Eugene lumberman Nils Hult repeated it in 1948: We've cut too much.
Originally the estate of pioneer lumberman and shipbuilder Louis Simpson, Shore Acres fell on hard times during the Great Depression and was purchased by the state of Oregon in 1942 for use as a park.