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Some people are just way ahead of their time. In the mid-20th century, when most people thought of wood as an archaic and low-tech material, Egon Glesinger foresaw the revolutionary role it would play in our future, described in his book The Coming Age of Wood.
David N. Bengston, Research and Development, USDA Forest Service
The U.S. Forest Service is working to build markets for innovative forest products. One of these products, cross-laminated timber, also known as CLT, offers an opportunity for , opening up a completely new market for wood products.
Joyce El Kouarti, U.S. Forest Service Office of Communication