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Freres looks to the future with production of mass-plywood panels in Santiam Canyon

Freres looks to the future with production of mass-plywood panels in Santiam Canyon

While heavy rains were pelting Santiam Canyon Thursday afternoon, Jan. 18, there was a warm bustle of activity at one brightly-lit site between Lyons and Mill City.

Albany Eastern Railroad pulled into a rail stall. Representatives from a German manufacturer were fine-tuning equipment inside a covered, 4-acre plant. Employees of Freres Lumber worked with the visitors in a month-old mill to test tools ready to crank out an innovative product.

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Low energy prices force New England wood heat pioneers to pivot

Low energy prices force New England wood heat pioneers to pivot

It was May of 2014 and Charlie Niebling was feeling pretty good. As the wood buyer for New England Wood Pellets and a modern wood heat pioneer, he had reason to be optimistic. New England’s automated wood heat industry was finally beginning to hum.

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Silicon Valley construction startup said to be raising up to $200M in new funding

Silicon Valley construction startup said to be raising up to $200M in new funding

Katerra Inc., a construction manufacturing startup led by the former CEO of Flextronics, is reportedly looking for $200 million in new funding.

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Cross-laminated timber could ‘forge new links between lands and people’

Cross-laminated timber could ‘forge new links between lands and people’

Trees line the Madison Park neighborhood that Susan Jones calls home. A big vine-leaf maple shepherds guests to her front walk. This block is an urban forest, a blend of trees and concrete, Douglas fir siding, and cedar-and-steel fences. It’s Mother Nature and architectural marvels.

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