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    If new or expanded opportunities for adding value to species, sizes, and qualities of hardwood timber are to be successful, development efforts must be congruent with the needs of the front end of the supply chain—the hardwood forest resource and the owners and managers of that resource. Undervalued hardwood utilization will be feasible only where the current and future hardwood resource will support the development and where forest management objectives of forestland owners and managers will be supported.

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    Wiedenbeck, Jan. 2020. Undervalued hardwood utilization from the forest manager's perspective. In: Ross, Robert J.; Erickson, John R., eds. Undervalued hardwoods for engineered materials and components. 2nd ed. Gen. Tech. Rep. FPL-GTR-276. Madison, WI: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Forest Products Laboratory: 1-6.​​

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