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Birch, poplar, pine and spruce are some of the versatile tree species that Alberta offers industry
When the forestry industry faltered, Davis McGregor found opportunity in a new sector
As U.S. lumber demand dwindles, independent lumber manufacturers are forced to develop new products – and new markets >
Everything you need to know about what government and industry are doing with the opportunities presented by the mountain pine beetle >
And how we can learn from our mistakes >
With Alberta's pine trees at risk, the forestry industry alters harvesting plans and invests in mills to avert disaster >
Are Alberta's forest product producers too tied to China >
Cyclical market points to recovery, and industry hopes it’s sooner rather than later >
To be successful as a secondary manufacturer in the forest industry, a company needs land, access to lumber, equipment and maintenance, skilled workers, loyal customers, reliable infrastructure and a clear vision for the business >
Left for dead by many investors, Canada’s forest industry has one great, green hope for the future – as the source of feedstock for an emerging “bio-economy" >
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