"News & Issues" piece on a rumor that Georgia-Pacific (G-P) has quietly placed 4
"News & Issues" piece on a rumor that Georgia-Pacific (G-P) has quietly placed 446,000 acres in Washington County and 390,000 acres in New Brunswick on the market. Galle Nickerson, a spokeswoman for The Timber Company, which is G-P's forest management entity, said the firm is evaluating its options. Pete Didisheim of the Natural Resources Council of Maine said the Maine tract, which contains the watersheds of the Machias, East Machias, Narraguagus and Pleasant Rivers, the largest of Maine's Grand Lakes, and extensive wetlands, has been heavily cut but still holds tremendous ecological and recreational values. With references to recent land sales by Bowater and Sappi, which indicate G-P's Woodland mill might be largely unaffected by the sale.
Forest landowners, Georgia-Pacific Paper Company, Land ownership
Austin, Phyllis, ""News & Issues" piece on a rumor that Georgia-Pacific (G-P) has quietly placed 4" (1998). Maine News Index – Maine Times. 3408.
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