CLARKRANGE, Tennessee – The Lord’s favor has been on England Logging since its founding in 2010. That’s what owner Josh England believes. England, 37, never envisioned the day he would be using his platform as a logger to spread the gospel. In fact, there were two things he was sure of as a young man growing up on his family’s cattle farm in Sparta: he didn’t want to be a farmer and he didn’t want to be a pastor, like both his father and grandfather had been.
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PotlatchDeltic Corp. is investing $131 million to expand and modernize its sawmill located in Waldo, Ark. The project will increase the mill’s annual production capacity from 190MMBF of southern yellow pine dimension lumber to 275MMBF. The company…
George H. Weyerhaeuser Sr., who served as president and CEO of Weyerhaeuser Co. from 1966 to 1991 during an exciting period of wood products development while encountering new timber supply challenges brought on by an aggressive environmental…
Famously, the last two years have been good times for wood products mills, by and large. Good for them. But does a rising tide truly lift all boats? Apparently not if the wood that built the boats came from Southern loggers. While mills might be doing better than ever, their raw material suppliers seem to be doing worse than ever…
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