Third in a four-week series on Maine's forests and forest products. Some Maine
Third in a four-week series on Maine's forests and forest products. Some Maine companies, such as Bethel Furniture Stock, are using modern technology to add value to wood products. In 1989 in Maine, sawmills that cut raw logs and the companies that turn sawed wood into other products had total sales of $779 million and a value added of $327 million. One federal estimate has lumber providing 3 percent of Maine's gross state product, exceeded only by Idaho, Washington and Oregon. Details, related article.
Forests and forestry, Forest products industry, Lumber and lumbering
"Third in a four-week series on Maine's forests and forest products. Some Maine" (1994). Maine News Index – Portland Press Herald. 12729.
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