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Woodworking & housing: impacts & actionsAuthor(s): Matt Bumgardner; Urs Buehlmann; Karen Koenig
Source: Woodworking Network. July: 64,66,68,70,72.
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Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionThe woodworking industry relies heavily on the construction-based markets, particularly those companies involved in cabinetry, furniture, millwork and components. Market conditions, trends and investments all have an impact. It's against this backdrop, that the sixth annual housing market study was conducted in early 2015. A joint effort by Virginia Tech, the U.S. Forest Service, and Woodworking Network, the study examines the changes in the market and the outlook for the future.
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CitationBumgardner, Matt; Buehlmann, Urs; Koenig, Karen. 2015. Woodworking & housing: impacts & actions. Woodworking Network. July: 64,66,68,70,72.
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