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Beetle Infestation Helps Open Shuttered Saw Mills

Aug 5, 2013 (Morning Edition / Wyoming Public Radio Network) — Saw mills are re-opening in Colorado and Wyoming after a long lull in the timber industry. They're harvesting and processing trees that have been killed by beetle infestation. Beetle killed wood is just as strong as regular wood.

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