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Oct 1, 2015

Many hands make light work.

A 180-foot long bridge spanning Rand Brook in Greenfield is the ticket to accessing multiple trails within the Greenfield Trails Association’s network — or at least, it once was, before it fell into disrepair. And now, it is again, after being rebuilt by multiple trail users a few weeks ago.

Read the story, written by Ashley Saari on the Monadnock Ledger-Transcript website.


Aug 1, 2015

This video is a compilation of pictures of the old days of logging and sawmilling. It's a fascinating look back, especially for those who love wood.

Mar 5, 2015
As noted in a 60 Minutes report that aired on March 1, 2015, certified tests show that Lumber Liquidators' Chinese-made laminate flooring has some of the highest formaldehyde levels that HPVA Laboratories® has ever seen. Some formaldehyde levels are more than six times above state standards.
Jan 29, 2015
The N.H. Wood Energy Council has produced a video to introduce New Hampshire commercial and institutional building owners to modern wood heating as an alternative to conventional fossil fuels.
Oct 17, 2014

"Here's a well-named building in Kobe, Japan, that demonstrates another fundamental truth about building with wood...that wood makes every other building material look better through association."
--Charles Ray, Associate Professor, Wood and Forest Science, Penn State University

Oct 16, 2014
Please, please: Know where your wood products originate!
Jul 29, 2014
According to Hardwood Review, "Industry advocacy took a back seat for many of us during the recession, but it was also a quieter period for those who would shut down or more tightly control the industry in the name of sustainability.  As the economy finds renewed footing, so too will the anti-industry forces.  Fortunately, the U.S. government occasionally throws the industry a bone with which to defend itself."
May 30, 2014
New England Forest Products was featured in the Summer 2014 issue of Northern Woodlands in an article, "Reinventing the Mill."
May 19, 2014

An article in Hardwood Review Express examines an updated report that provides new evidence that serious environmental issues associated with bamboo production remain, or are worse than originally thought, and that many of the environmental claims about bamboo are unsubstantiated or untrue.