The Los Angeles Times reports that a rebound in California's housing market is compounding a swiftly recovering timber industry. That's providing much of the wood-products supply chain—including dealers—with increasing returns as sawmills churn out more product, prices continue to rise, and banks loosen credit restrictions on the sector. Read the full story.

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