Gov. Butch Otter says Idaho’s wood-products industry is hurt by unfair trade practices. Wood is stacked before going into the kiln at the Evergreen Forest Products in New Meadows in 2012.
Gov. Butch Otter says Idaho’s wood-products industry is hurt by unfair trade practices. Wood is stacked before going into the kiln at the Evergreen Forest Products in New Meadows in 2012. Idaho Statesman file
Gov. Butch Otter says Idaho’s wood-products industry is hurt by unfair trade practices. Wood is stacked before going into the kiln at the Evergreen Forest Products in New Meadows in 2012. Idaho Statesman file

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