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The Number of Hardwood Sawmills Continues to Decrease - Is that Bad?Author(s): William G. Luppold; William G. Luppold
Source: Hardwood Market Report, Lumber News Letter. 80-83.
Publication Series: Miscellaneous Publication
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DescriptionThe following Guest Editorial, "The Number of Hardwood Sawmills Continues to Decrease - Is that Bad?" is presented by William G. Luppold, Ph.D., of the USDA Forest Service Northeastern Research Station - Forestry Sciences Laboratory. In this article, Dr. Luppold examines many of the key issues surrounding the size and loss of sawmills, which has influenced Eastern US hardwood production and that could well play an important role in the future activity of hardwood supply and pricing.
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CitationLuppold, William G. 2005. The Number of Hardwood Sawmills Continues to Decrease - Is that Bad?. Hardwood Market Report, Lumber News Letter. 80-83.
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