Forward Together Fund

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Dear Friends, Neighbors, Colleagues, Customers, and Suppliers – Mendocino and Sonoma Counties were struck by devastating wildfires. The loss of life, property, and possessions is still being tallied and has already surpassed any modern recorded fire. Our company and employees have long, deep roots in both counties. Many were impacted by the fires – at

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Employee Referral Program!

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alucas

We are looking to generate goodwill and find new and excited candidates to join our teams! The company is excited announce a new program designed to provide a referral bonus incentive to active employees of our businesses (Allweather Wood, LLC, Humboldt Redwood Company, LLC, Mendocino Forest Products Company, LLC, and Mendocino Redwood Company, LLC)! The

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California’s Forests Work for Everyone

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alucas

Its National Forest Products Week ‑‑ named by President Obama in recognition of the abundant value that forests bring to our environment and economy. It deserves mention here in California because of its relevance to this state. California has more than 33 million acres of forestland. Nine million of those acres are sustainably managed by

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Mendocino and Humboldt Redwood Companies Nationally Recognized at GreenBuild 2016

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alucas

For Immediate Release: October 5, 2016 Mendocino and Humboldt Redwood Companies Nationally Recognized at GreenBuild 2016 FSC Leadership Award for Commitment to Responsible Forest Management LOS ANGELES, CA­­ – Today, at the GreenBuild International Conference and Expo Mendocino and Humboldt Redwood Companies will receive the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Leadership Award for commitment to responsible

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Mendocino Forest Products donates Redwood Landscaping to Forget Me Not Farm

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jchandler

MFP Donates to Forget Me Not Farm Mendocino Forest Products recently donated materials to a wonderful local program known as Forget Me Not Farm. Since its inception in 1992, Forget Me Not Farm, part of the Sonoma Humane Society, has helped thousands of at-risk children by helping them develop important social skills and making sure

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October 5th – FSC Leadership Awards at Greenbuild

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alucas

October 5th – FSC Leadership Awards at Greenbuild The FSC Leadership Awards celebrate people and organizations that have demonstrated extraordinary commitment to responsible forest management and FSC. Each year in close proximity to Greenbuild, we host the FSC Leadership Awards at a signature venue. For the 2016 FSC Leadership Awards on October 5th, we are

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Imagine Better: Using Redwood to Improve Your Outdoor Space

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alucas

As seen on ABC Sacramento! Building with Redwood improves your outdoor living space, and adds value to your home with a high return on invest. Watch the video below to learn about the sustainability, and beauty that Redwood brings to your home.

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Federal Purchasers Looking for FSC Lumberyards

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alucas

Following the September 2015 announcement that FSC is now the only EPA recommended standard for lumber and wood in federal purchasing, the Forest Stewardship Council has been contacted by the US Department of Energy, asking for a list of lumberyards and building supply stores that can sell FSC-certified wood and lumber into federal construction projects.

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Get Outdoors: Montgomery Woods Grove Trail Hike

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alucas

At the heart of this exceptional reserve is a small alluvial flat that’s hidden away in a remote, steep-sided valley, where you’ll find one of the most scenic redwood groves in existence. This serene little grove is isolated in more than one sense. It’s unusually far from the ocean, at the eastern edge of the

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Rebuilding After a Wildfire

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alucas

California has recently faced some of the most damaging wildfires in the history of the state. The Office of the State Fire Marshal (OSFM) has issued this Information Bulletin to aid homeowners, home builders, building officials, fire officials, and other interested parties with the process of rebuilding after a wildfire. This publication is intended to

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