Continuing Education

Eastern White Pine: Sustainable Versatility

Through sustainable management, the forests of New England have had a remarkable comeback since the 1830s, with eastern white pine being the most represented softwood in these forests. This light, yet strong wood species has been used for generations and today, meets the requirements of a renewable and sustainable building material. This course reviews eastern white pine’s contribution to sustainability, its grading rules, wood products, and many applications.

Sponsored By: NELMA - Northeastern Lumber Manufacturers Association

Presented by: Jeff Easterling, NELMA

Delivery Format: Online, Self-Paced

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HSW Eligibility: No

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