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Michigan’s first mass timber building at Michigan State University stores nearly 2,000 metric tons of carbon in its timbers, the equivalent of not burning more than 2 million pounds of coal. Image: Cameryn Cass. By Cameryn Cass Michigan businesses interested in reducing their carbon footprint are looking to build with large wooden panels instead of…

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