Idaho Industry Teams Up With Colleges To Fill Sawmill Jobs

Idaho’s sawmills once relied on the brute strength of their workers to turn logs into lumber. Now, they need more employees like Jeremy Lozano-Keays. The 30-year-old electrical technician is part of a team overseeing the sophisticated electronic equipment that keeps...

Idaho Sawmills Look For Automation To Maximize Returns

With the gradual turnaround in the housing market, a family-run lumber company in Adams County is about to put down $1.5 million on high-tech equipment to get more out of its logs. At Evergreen Forest Products, new scanners will read rough-cut timber, showing mill...