‘Good bones’ from old homes help build Seattle’s future

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Many of Seattle’s single family homes are built from really old wood. Think: Douglas fir trees that stood for 600 years until they were harvested.When homes are demolished, that wood usually ends up in the dump. But now, a $4 million investment by the Environmental Protection Agency aims to get that old wood into new…

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