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July 8, 2019

British Columbia’s lumber production expected to drop 22% by 2023

British Columbia’s lumber production expected to drop 22% by 2023
By 2023, the B.C. Interior’s harvest will be 20 per cent lower than it was before the mountain pine beetle outbreak, leading to a 22 per cent reduction in lumber production (to 9.5 billion board feet).    At this year’s FEA/WOOD MARKETS’ Global Softwood Log and Lumber Conference, Jim Girvan of MDT Management provided an update on the wood supply situation in the B.C. Interior as part of a panel that took a deep dive into the B.C. Coast and Interior regions’ forest. Girvan left some of the audience stunned ...

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