Building Grassroots Innovation and Inspiration to Improve the Way We Operate

Gary Schweizer, director of engineering for our Engineered Wood Products business, is a structural engineer, which naturally makes him a problem solver. He’s constantly looking for solutions, for ideas to re-engineer the way we work. And he’s also an energetic leader, a role model for using our CuttingEdge platform, and someone who inspires others to continuously think about innovation. ... Read More
April 17, 2024

Glenville State University Students Get a Hands-On Look at Sustainable Forestry Tech

It’s a rare treat for college students to witness and examine state-of-the-art forestry technology up close. But that’s what seven Glenville State University silviculture students were able to do this fall on a field trip to our Cold Knob property in Greenbrier County, West Virginia. ... Read More
March 25, 2024

Edson OSB Mill Celebrates 40 Years and Honors Its Longest-Serving Employees

Six employees at our OSB mill in Edson, Alberta, remember the days when the mill had a smoking room at its center, right in the middle of highly flammable materials. Much has changed since then, and those first employees — and countless others over the past 40 years — have seen the mill through multiple milestones as a cornerstone of the Edson community. ... Read More
February 21, 2024

Video: Innovative to the Core

Throughout Weyerhaeuser’s history, innovation has been fundamental to our success as a company. We have continually found ways to operate safer, smarter and more sustainably — drawing on cutting-edge technologies and the ideas of our people to drive our performance to the next level. ... Read More
February 2, 2024

Transforming Electrical Safety: Columbia Falls Innovation Earns Industry Safety Award

In 2019, Justin Scott joined our medium-density fiberboard mill in Columbia Falls, Montana, as a lead election. An important part of his job is conducting routine inspections of the site’s medium-voltage transformers — a hot, uncomfortable task due to the 40-cal suit and hood he wears to protect himself from electrical arc flash hazards. ... Read More
July 12, 2023