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Hurricane Irene uproots famed Kennedy Oak

By Rich Christianson Posted: 09/05/2011 3:00PM

ARLINGTON, VA -- Hurricane Irene claimed a historic 220-year-old oak tree by the gravesite of President John Kennedy at Arlington National Cemetery.


Eco-Build Products targets lumber for Haiti rebuild

By Rich Christianson Posted: 08/31/2011 8:25PM

VISTA, CA --- Eco Building Products Inc. (ECOB) said it has stocked its Port Au Prince wholesale lumber distribution facility with 22 container loads of containers with Red Shield coated lumber to assist in the rebuilding efforts.


USDA Highlights Assistance to Residents Affected by Hurricane Irene

By Rich Christianson Posted: 08/31/2011 8:36AM

WASHINGTON – Agriculture Secretary Tom Vilsack today said USDA is ready to deploy personnel and resources to assist the efforts by federal, state and local authorities in response to Hurricane Irene.




Weyerhaeuser funds Japan relief

Posted: 03/29/2011 12:00AM

Weyerhaeuser Community Fund Contributes $500,000 To Aid Recovery Efforts in Japan


Hurricane Ike’s Devastated Trees Find New Life

By Wade Vonasek Posted: 10/27/2009 12:00AM

I recently read news that city officials in Galveston, TX, were expecting to send most of its trees killed by Hurricane Ike last year (some more than 100 years old) to the landfill, citing the fact that there was too much wood to get rid of any other way.


Riding Out the Storm

By Brad Walseth Posted: 02/14/2008 10:26AM

By Brad Walseth - A local Closets by Design franchise is helping New Orleans area residents put their lives back in order in the aftermath of Hurricane Katrina.


FEMA Trailers Undergo Air Quality Testing

Posted: 07/30/2007 12:00AM


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