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Campaign Featuring Employees Celebrates Industry’s Role in Oregon’s Past and Future

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November 2, 2022

Remote Sensing Specialist Erik Boren Has Eyes in the Sky

For most of our company’s history, we have largely relied on ground observations to measure the volume of wood in a stand or understand the health of the trees. But today, satellite imagery can tell us a lot about what’s happening on our land — at an increasingly fine resolution — and Erik Boren joined Weyerhaeuser in 2020 to help us acquire and apply satellite data to support our operations. ... Read More
October 14, 2022

Shaun Clark Shines as HR business partner in Emerson, Arkansas

Shaun Clark never thought he’d leave his community of Tollette, Arkansas. He owned his dream property there with his husband, Alan, a house on peaceful acreage with horses and three dogs. He loved the area, and his parents lived just a few steps away. ... Read More
October 10, 2022

Research Ecologist Laura Six Connects with Students, Community

Laura Six, a forest ecologist in our environmental research group in Centralia, Washington, has a long family history in the forestry industry. Her great-grandfather was a logger. Her great-uncles and uncles worked in forest products. Her grandfather was a contractor who helped build the old Weyerhaeuser corporate headquarters in Federal Way, Washington. And her father was a production forestry researcher for Weyerhaeuser. ... Read More
September 21, 2022

Michelle Vinson Returns to Her Regulatory Roots

In a way, Michelle Vinson has come full circle in the world of environmental regulation and management. After 16 years as a state regulator and then eight years on the compliance side as an environmental manager for six of our Wood Products mills in the South, Michelle switched back to a regulatory focus in January 2021 as the company’s Regulatory Affairs manager. She now works with all our businesses to monitor and interpret regulatory developments that impact the company — everything from environmental issues to transportation regulations and requirements from the U.S. Occupational Safety and Health Administration. ... Read More
August 31, 2022