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11/19/2021 | News release | Distributed by Public on 11/19/2021 09:15

Advocating for our Iconic Forest Products Industry

November 19, 2021 10:02 am

Learn more about how Team Hancock has been advocating for our iconic forest products industry.

New England's environment and economy rely upon sound forest management. Please join us as we work collectively to help our forests remain healthy and advocate for markets that will drive our iconic forest products industry to remain economically viable today and for future generations. Below is a recent video series interviewing local loggers on the current state of the industry. Concerns as well as opportunities are highlighted as we encourage a path forward leveraging a proven, existing, scalable technology-WOOD HEAT! You'll also find a list of resources, articles, and information connected to the wood products industry.

2020 MILL EXPLOSION
What does this mean for the logging industry?

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Generations | Logging as a family business

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Healthy Forests | Forest Management Stops Happening

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Communities | Economic Veins Run Deep

Click on image below for some great stats on modern wood heat

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Available 2023: Learn more about Made-in-Maine wood fiber insulation!

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TimberHP by GO Lab to run manufacturing facility at former Madison Paper Mill

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Maine will divest from fossil-fuel securities by 2026

Check out this article highlighting an exciting updated BTU Act introduced in House

Sign up as a pledge of your support and to stay informed as we continue to share messages and advocate for this iconic industry that's critical to our economic success.

Hancock Lumber will not sell your email or use this to market products - we just want you on the team as we work to support Maine's forests and iconic forest products industry.


Tags: biomass markets, forest management, Forest Products Industry, Landowners, Loggers, Made in Maine, new products, wood heat

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This post was written by Erin Plummer