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Vermont boy’s ‘wish’ granted: spends day with loggers

Vermont boy's ‘wish' granted, spends day with loggers

Make-A-Wish Vermont granted the wish of 6-year-old Keegan Brooks by taking him out for a day with loggers in Essex County.

Brooks suffers from muscular dystrophy, which severely reduces an individual’s life expectancy. During the referral process, the wish grantors at Make-A-Wish met with Brooks and his family to get to know him, his favorite things and what he might like to do.

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Businesses launch fundraising effort to restore 1-7 million acres in New Mexico

Businesses launch fundraising effort to restore 1.7 million acres in New Mexico

The Nature Conservancy, along with PNM, Avalon Trust, Wells Fargo and Dekker/Perich/Sabatini, is launching a new fundraising effort to help thin the Cibola National Forest in an effort to prevent damage to the area’s water supply. The thinning project will take place in a section of the forest near Sandia Park.

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US softwood lumber exports double in five years after promotional push

U.S. softwood lumber exports double in five years after promotional push

Export sales of American softwood lumber nearly doubled in the past five years, reaching $1.1 billion and the highest level in 16 years, reports the Southern Forest Products Association (SFPA). Meanwhile, exports of pressure-treated lumber, a key value-added item promoted by the association, reached an all-time sales record of $79 million in 2013.

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Canadian land ruling could impact lumber market as much as pine beetle

Canadian land ruling could impact lumber market as much as pine beetle

The court’s unanimous decision relates to a 30-year-plus land dispute between the Tsilhqot’in Nation and the British Columbia and Canadian governments. It entitles the B.C. First Nation to dictate what logging and other activities take place on its newly recognized 1,700 square kilometres of land.

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