Wood Products Grow in Virginia

Forestry has been a vital part of Virginia’s economy since its founding in 1607. The Commonwealth’s timber was first shipped to England more than 400 years ago, and today represents our third-largest private industry that generates over $21 billion per year in industrial output. Companies choose Virginia for its thriving industry ecosystem, outstanding logistical advantages, access to quality talent, and top-ranked business climate, continuing the Commonwealth’s lasting legacy in forestry.

The Virginia Department of Forestry (VDOF) engaged Forest2Market to conduct an independent analysis of pine resources across the state of Virginia and to recommend three locations for a new, high-capacity sawmill operation. All three of the basins can sustainably support a new state of the art, high-capacity sawmill. Read the study below and reach out to VEDP to take advantage of this unique opportunity to expand your operations to Virginia.

Kevin Miller
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Trex, Frederick County