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Deschutes Collaborative member Marilyn Miller, an environmentalist, and former member Chuck Burley, who then worked for an Oregon sawmill, used to call each other names, Miller recalled during a recent tour of Deschutes Collaborative projects.
American sawmills and timberland owners are eager to benefit from the higher lumber prices that come with tariffs on Canadian competitors.
The lumber industry flourished here a century ago, producing millionaires who built hilltop mansions but whose only legacy today is a sawmill museum.
Her eyes watered to think of no more cotton, no more sawmills
Over the years, the sets have ranged from a Mayan temple to a sawmill.
The industry provides jobs in many Canadian communities from coast to coast, and often the sawmill is the only company in many of those towns, MacNaughton said.
Another worthy stroll leads to the once-functional ice house and sawmill, rock caves, grotto and aviary, where peacocks strut proudly while chickens scurry.
A portable sawmill operated by Tony Petro and Dave Cvelbar reminded urbanites that flat boards originally come from round trees.
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