Plant and Grow

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Forest landowners replant 3 trees for every one harvested.


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Forest landowners restore healthy fish habitat.


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Growing trees absorb carbon dioxide and continue storing carbon for the life of wood products.

Washington wood is a green building material

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A new article in the Seattle Times highlights the environmental benefits of Washington’s working forests and the use of wood as a building material. Grown by the sun and nature, wood has a lower carbon footprint than other building materials such as concrete and steel. By using less energy-intensive materials, we can lower our carbon emissions and help address threats … Read More

‘More Than A Forest’ launches to promote sustainable WA forestry

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A new website, More Than A Forest, shows how Washington’s working forests benefit both the economy and the environment. The site includes profiles of forestry industry professionals, and videos with forestry leaders talking about how the state’s working forests protect 60,000 miles of streams, produce renewable cross-laminated timber and lead to the planting of 52 million trees a year. Jake … Read More