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The endangered timber species that make up the BDO Timber Processing Industry of Western Washington are the only ones on the endangered list in the state, which is also home to the world’s largest timber market.
According to the state Office of Wildlife Resources, the state’s native forest species are being lost at an alarming rate, with fewer than 5,000 mature trees remaining in the western U.S. alone.
That’s more than a quarter of the total number of mature trees in the country, according to the Bdo Timber Processing industry.
The species is estimated to be worth up to $1 billion, and it is estimated that only 1,000 of its species can be harvested in the U.C. Davis area alone, according a 2015 survey.
“We need to preserve these species,” said Joe Smith, a senior forest ecologist for the state.
“The only way to do that is to harvest the species that are in great demand, that are thriving.”
Smith said the industry has grown to about 1,400 people, and the number of jobs has been growing, with nearly 100 new jobs created last year.
But many of those jobs were created by people who would never have thought of entering the industry if it weren’t for the threat of habitat loss.
“They’re a very good and caring industry,” Smith said.
“People are just trying to protect the species.
The industry is just very dependent on that species.”
Smith believes the Bofors have a very important role to play in preserving the forest ecosystem in western Washington.
“I’m not saying we should just shut up,” Smith told ESPN.
The company has hired an ecologist to help them study their timber. “
What we are trying to do is get people to understand that the BOfors are not going to be destroyed by this industry,” he said.
The company has hired an ecologist to help them study their timber.
The project will also provide education and training for timber workers and the public about the species, according the company.
“It’s an effort to bring the public awareness of the threat,” said Smith.
“Our hope is that it will lead to better management and sustainable forest management.”
Smith said that many of the jobs created by the industry are low-paying jobs that pay $8-$10 an hour, and that many people will leave the industry after the harvest season, if they want to.
“These jobs are for people who have a passion for the species and want to make a contribution to the ecosystem,” he added.
“There is no substitute for that passion.”
In an email to ESPN, the company said it had hired “a team of highly trained and certified environmental consultants to identify the forest issues and evaluate their mitigation efforts.”
“We have identified the BOFors as critical habitat for endangered timber birds, and will continue to monitor and assess our existing and future timber resource management,” the company wrote.
“As the industry grows and the BAtor tree is lost, the BDo trees become less productive, and we will continue in our effort to restore the forests to their pre-extinction status.”
The company also said that it is committed to “protecting the forest for the long-term, and making the most of it.”
In a video interview with ESPN, Smith said there are many different types of trees in this forest.
“Some are really big, some are really small,” he explained.
“And some of them are really dense, so you have to manage those trees a lot more.”
“Some of them can be quite big,” he continued.
“Sometimes they can be a lot smaller.”