The Carolina Loggers Association (CLA) has joined logging associations across the United States and the American Loggers Council (ALC) to seek support from Sonny Purdue, Secretary, U.S. Department of Agriculture to address the impacts of tariffs on the U.S. wood economy, including North Carolina’s $32.8 billion dollar wood economy. Just as farmers across the U.S. have come together to address the impacts of tariffs, loggers are facing similar issues as wood markets soften globally due to the imposed tariffs on imports. Sales of ...
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