North American lumber is moving south

Industry News

As climate change decimates North American trees, native forests are migrating north—and lumber producers are moving south. Over the past 5 to10 years, dozens of mills have shuttered in the western US and Canada, where warmer weather has led to beetle invasions and wildfires. Policymakers in places like British Columbia, meanwhile, are becoming more interested…

Thanks for reading The LBM Daily.
Join LBM Daily Premium or log in to continue reading.
Login Join Now

Products You May Like

Articles You May Like

Why new homes are playing a bigger role in the housing market
BlueLinx expands LP distribution partnership
New lumber mill in Philomath aims to market Oregon hardwoods
Norwegian Board profile in Peruvian Teak from NewTechWood