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Impacts of changing markets and the housing downturn on hardwood sawmills in WisconsinAuthor(s): Matt Bumgardner; Scott Bowe
Source: GLTPA. 2: 30-33.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionHardwood lumber production has been on a downward trend nationally since 1999, with two distinct downturns in production evident (Figure 1). In fact, there has been only one year - 2004 - in the last nine that saw an increase in production.
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CitationBumgardner, Matt; Bowe, Scott. 2009. Impacts of changing markets and the housing downturn on hardwood sawmills in Wisconsin. GLTPA. 2: 30-33.
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