Archive of: Timber

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Timberlands to be added to Conservancy

The Nature Conservancy will purchase 165,000 acres of forestland in Washington and Montana from Plum Creek Timber Company Inc. The deal announced today will close by early 2015.

October 2014

Board of timber giant declares dividend

Shareholders of Weyerhaeuser Co. will be receiving a cash dividend of 29 cents per share at the end of November.

October 2014

Statewide burn ban issued

State Department of Natural Resources (DNR) is expanding its current statewide burn ban to cover all outdoor burning on all DNR-protected lands, with no exceptions, the agency announced today.

August 2014

Burn ban extended to whole state

Washington’s Department of Natural Resources is expanding the burn ban from DNR-protected lands in eastern Washington to include those west of the Cascades.

July 2014

Weyerhaeuser spin-off complete

Weyerhaeuser Real Estate Company (WRECO) is no longer a subsidiary of the corporate entity, Weyerhaeuser Company.

July 2014

DNR connects Capitol Forest to Enumclaw

Capitol State Forest and state trust lands in Thurston County will be managed from region headquarters in Enumclaw starting next Tuesday, July 1.

June 2014

Weyerhaeuser: Outstanding Service honors

Weyerhaeuser has been honored for Outstanding Service by a Major Corporation by the Jefferson Awards Foundation. Diapers were a main reason.

June 2014

Calif. company studies Frederickson as potential mill site

Lumber producer Sierra Pacific Industries, based in Redding, Calif., is currently in the "feasibility stage" of potentially building a new sawmill in Frederickson's growing industrial core.

June 2014

‘Falling’ for safer workplaces

Because of the high number of falls in the workplace, Washington State Department of Labor & Industries is teaming up with the federal Occupational Safety and Health Administration to announce a “Safety Stand-Down” this week.

June 2014

Leadership shuffle for Weyerhaeuser's Timberlands

Weyerhaeuser Company has announced a handful of changes to its Timberlands leadership team, effective immediately.

April 2014
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