Sustainable forest managementSustainability page download link

In any given year, Roseburg harvests approximately 2% of its 600,000 acres of timberland to supply local manufacturing operations. Our foresters replant 6 million new trees annually, contributing to an average growth rate of 7%. This means not only is Roseburg providing local wood to fulfill production demand, but we are also simultaneously adding more trees to the states of Oregon, North Carolina and Virginia every year. We do all of this while protecting and investing in our water, soil, fish and wildlife resources. Roseburg is truly committed to sustainable forest management.

Lumber manufacturing process


Logs that go to our plywood facilities are peeled for veneer and laid up into a wide product offering of hardwood and softwood plywood panels.

Our state-of-the-art sawmill utilizes the most advanced technology to maximize the use of wood fiber in the production of lumber

Both lumber and veneer products supply our engineered wood plant in the production of LVL and I-joists.

All facilities send their residuals to our particleboard and MDF plants, where we reuse over 1 million tons of wood residual material every year.

After all this, any excess wood residuals are converted into green energy and used to power the same manufacturing plants they originated from. In 2017, this process generated over 200 million kilowatt-hours of power!

Hands holding sawdust


  • Roseburg has seven product-specific Type III Environmental Product Declarations (EPDs), verified by UL Environment. These are available to download in Roseburg's Library under Environmental Certifications.
  • Roseburg is one of the longest continually certified companies in the U.S. , offering FSC Chain of Custody certified products and Controlled Wood products.
  • Roseburg supplied 8.7 million kilowatt hours of renewable energy in 2017 which reduced our carbon footprint by 7,937,864 pounds of carbon dioxide and has earned Pacific Power's Blue Sky Certificate.
  • Roseburg has been a SmartWay Transportation Partner since 2010.
  • Roseburg offers many products that meet the USGBC LEED v4 Low-Emitting Materials criteria.


(5:23) Michael Green, founder of Michael Green Architecture in Vancouver and New York, is internationally recognized for his commitment for creating sustainable and environmentally responsible buildings for 21st century residential and commercial needs. Here are Michael's views of the role of wood in modern architecture.


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