Despite being one of the smallest mills in B.C., Skookumchuck Pulp Inc. has survived and thrived for the past 50 yearsby Kyle Born
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Learn more about the importance of forests to our history, our communities and our economy during National Forest Week
During National Forest Week, Canadians are invited to learn more about this valuable renewable resourceby Virginia Rasch
A recognition luncheon was held on April 8 for rising young stars in the Kootenaysby Kimberly Shellborn
Galena Contractor’s Ltd. strives to better the community through its projects with sustainable development focused on maintaining the environment.by Nowell Berg
Acquisitions include 136,000 acres of private timberland, harvesting operations, several post peeling facilities, and two specialty wood treatment plants.
The agreement is expected to close in the second quarter of 2016 and is subject to customary closing conditions.
Do you know of a Kootenay community in which the local government is a wood champion?by Virginia Rasch
There is an increasing interest in live-edge timber products among builders.
A Surrey-based company has purchased Meadow Creek Cedar’s long-idled sawmill at Cooper Creek.
Jemi Fibre based in Vancouver also recently acquired three wood manufacturing companies in the region.