A sawmill’s basic operation is much like it was a hundred years ago: A log enters on one end, and dimensional lumber exits on the other end. However, the process today is much more sophisticated. Now, after a log enters the mill it is de-barked and bucked to length and then it is scanned. A computer then determines the best yield for that particular piece of timber, be it dimensional lumber, timbers or both.
Biewer encourages environmentally responsible sustainable forestry practices and employs several foresters at each mill to manage timber procurement. Read about our commitment to the environment in Why We Are Green.
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