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Commercial markets for forest products provide more than 60,000 jobs throughout the state and allow Wisconsin's landowners to realize economic benefits as part of managing forests. Wisconsin remains the number one paper producer in the nation, a position it has held for more than 50 years. Governor declares October 15-21, 2017 as Forest Products Week in Wisconsin.

Forest Products Week

Celebrate Forest Products Week by attending a forest products company open house.

  • Blue Terra Design, 540 Tasman St, Madison, WI 53714
    Open: Wednesday, October 18th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Contact: (608) 843-3550
  • Baraboo Woodworks, 84 N. Bryan St, Madison, WI 53714
    Open: Wednesday, October 18th from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m.
    Contact: (608) 663-1010
  • The Wood Cycle, 1239 S. Fish Hatchery Rd, Oregon, WI 53575
    Open: Wednesday, October 10th from 7 a.m. to 5:30 p.m.
    Contact: (608) 835-8462
  • The Urban Wood Lab, 6117 W. Bluemound Rd, Milwaukee WI 53213
    Open: Wednesday, October 18th from 3:00 p.m. to 5:00 p.m.
    There will be a presentation at 4 pm on how the Hoppe Urban Wood Lab Store utilizes urban wood.
    Contact: (414) 257-2111

The Forest Products Laboratory [exit DNR] in Madison is also holding a special event in celebration of National Forest Products Week. Felled [exit DNR], a documentary film about giving new life to fallen urban trees, will be shown on Tuesday, October 17th at 1:30 pm in room 500 at the Forest Products Lab. Through interviews with industry experts, sawyers, arborists, artists, and woodworkers, the film highlights the growing urban lumber movement and explores themes of waste, craftsmanship, and redemption. A panel discussion with local tree and wood experts follows the free film screening, with tours of the lab available as well. Here's a flyer about the event.

Last revised: Tuesday October 10 2017