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LEWISBURG, West Virginia – It’s natural that younger generations want to try new and different methods while building on the foundation left by their parents and grandparents. So it’s no surprise that when fifth generation logger Zach Hubbard, 30, bought the family company from his parents, Rodney and Dinah, 18 months ago, he had high ambitions of adding his own vision to the Hubbard legacy.

Industry News Roundup

The SLT news is a way for us to fill in the gaps between issues. We are now capable of giving readers more – providing the latest news, information and short feature-type articles from behind the scenes of Southern Loggin’ Times.

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Industry News Roundup

Enviva Proceeds Into Chapter 11

Enviva Inc., the world’s largest producer of industrial wood pellets, and certain of its subsidiaries have commenced voluntary Chapter 11 proceedings in the U.S. Bankruptcy Court for the Eastern District of Virginia, citing $1.8 billion of debt outstanding.

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