B.C. to reduce raw log exports in bid to boost higher-value wood manufacturing


British Columbia intends to reduce the export of raw logs harvested in the province by requiring that certain types of lumber from the Interior undergo manufacturing first. A statement from the Forests Ministry says changes to B.C. lumber regulations will require mills to “fully manufacture” lumber from cedar and cypress trees, producing items such as wood veneer,…

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