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The LBM Daily Newsletter: January 20, 2018.
THE DAILY BUZZ
 
30 Thousand Acre Salvage in MT
 
The Montana Wood Products Association (MWPA) announced plans Tuesday to salvage log in the state's 700,000 acres of burned timber. Work is expected to take place this summer to access timber before it starts to devalue.

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