Maine’s dwindling cedar supply leaves uncertain future for log home company

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OAKFIELD, Maine — On the heels of a banner sales year in 2022, Katahdin Forest Products has closed one mill and laid off 20 employees because its cedar stock is nearly depleted. The combination of warmer weather and a 30 percent reduction in the number of Maine firms harvesting timber means the company cannot keep pace with…

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