While Emerald Ash Borers are likely to kill 99% of the U.S. ash wood trees, the Ash Borer will spare 30-40% or more of the blue ash, and 20-30% of the white ash. Black ash and green ash are most likely to disappear completely. This was the most-viewed wood industry report this week.

Also popuar this week (and tops for the past two weeks at Facebook) a story of a space station made of 282,000 wooden matches, and a Wisconsin manufacturer of retro Teardrop Trailers who adopted CNC for milling birch plywood carcasses and solid maple cabinet components.

Here are the week's top stories:

 Emerald-Ash-Borer  1. Ash Borers Declare Victory Over U.S. Forests
2. Teardrop Trailers: Camp-Inn Mills Birch Plywood and Maple Parts
Porter-Cable Router Recall 3. Porter-Cable Recalls More Than 100,000 Portable Routers
Pat Acton Matchstick Marvels international space station 4. Space Station Model Uses 282,000 Wood Match Sticks
Young America, Stanley Furniture 5. Plant Explosion Injures 3 at Stanley Furniture's Young America
Walker Woodworking 6. Walker Woodworking Increases Capacity with CNC Router, Its First
 Leggett Platt store fixtures 7. Leggett & Platt May Sell Store Fixtures Business
 west Fraser 8. Lumber Supply Could Be Impacted by British Columbia Land Ruling
 Tomsky Illustrations, sells laser-cut plywood sculpture 9. Laser-cut Plywood Panels Layered & Stained To Add Depth
  10. Japan-style Tansu Storage Stairs Built by Dorset Custom Furniture