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U.S. Farm Bill to list Pa. hardwood as "BioPreferred" product

June 16, 2013

Photo by Colin Deppen Congressman Glenn "GT" Thompson speaks at a recent meeting of the Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group, or AHUG, an advocacy group for the region's forest industry. Thompson took the opportunity to explain what benefits the industry can hope to see through passage of the 2013 Farm BIll.

ST. MARYS - A recent meeting of the Allegheny Hardwood Utilization Group, or AHUG, an advocacy group for the region's forest industry, included an address from Congressman Glenn "GT" Thompson who took aim at strangulatory regulations he said interfere with the industry's ability to compete on the global stage.

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