By Dallin Brooks, Executive Director, National Hardwood Lumber Assoc. Being a middle child in a big, blended family, with 9 siblings, as well as being a Canadian, I know what it is like to be the forgotten child or the little brother. You are constantly looking for attention. You want to be included, even when […]

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