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White Birch was New Hampshire's first nano brewery, but not its last, especially not in the wake of a newly enacted state law that expands the barrier to market entry for small brewing operations.
Native to the wet forests of Europe, white birch requires ample water in our hot and dry climate.
White Birch is available in 16-inch whole logs and 12-inch logs that sell for between $6.
The objective of this study was to evaluate the effect of sawing smaller white birch logs on yield in manufacturing furniture components.
This press release contains forward-looking statements within the meaning of the federal securities laws relating to the plans of White Birch Paper Company, the Company's intermediate parent following the restructuring, to offer the notes and consummate the offering, the anticipated terms of the notes and the anticipated use of proceeds of the offering.
Howard Balloch, former Canadian Ambassador to China and President of White Birch International, was elected chair of the board.
and The McClatchy Company, announced today that it has entered into an agreement with certain affiliates of Peter Brant, who is the controlling shareholder of White Birch Paper Company ("White Birch Paper"), to be acquired for $350 million in an all-cash transaction.
and The McClatchy Company, has entered into an agreement to sell its ownership stake in SP to White Birch Paper Company, as announced today by SP.
We are pleased that this issue has been amicably resolved," said Donna Urey, president of the New England Booksellers Association and owner of White Birch Books, North Conway, NH.
Evaluating the potential of European white birch (Betula pubescens) for veneer and plywood by timber and wood quality.
In the Valley, this microclimate can be found under native riparian trees such as sycamore and alder or under the ever-popular European white birch, often planted in a clump of three or five trees in the front yard.
Some people are trying birch syrup, tapped from white birch (Betula papyrifera) in Canada and Alaska.