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The naturally:wood website provides information on B.C. forest products and the province’s sustainably managed forests.
Supporting industry through naturally:wood

FII recorded over 40,000 site visits to naturallywood.com with the number of publication downloads increasing 20% over the previous year.

Viewership of naturally:wood’s YouTube channel increased. As of Fall 2016, top videos viewed include: Brock Commons Time Lapse - UBC Tall Wood Building, ‘Introducing CLT to North America’ and ‘The Design, Fabrication and Wood Construction of the Richmond Oval’.

Naturally:wood also had a presence at five B.C.-based tradeshows – four more than in 2015 – increasing in-person engagement with architects, engineers and designers.

Naturally:wood Supplier Directory

The naturallywood.com Supplier Directory helps connect B.C. wood product manufacturers with local and global buyers. The directory profiles approximately 500 B.C. manufacturers offering a wide variety of commodity and specialized wood products including dimensional lumber, engineered and mass timber, furniture, doors, windows, pulp, paper and pellets. As part of its market development efforts, FII understands the importance of helping B.C. companies connect with new customers and, for this reason, tracks activity in the directory. In 2015, the naturallywood.com Supplier Directory enabled 11,000 supplier searches and points of contact.

Profiling B.C.’s leadership in wood use

The naturallywood.com Project Gallery profiles nearly 70 projects, from civic buildings including libraries, community centres and arenas to provincial buildings such as schools and health care facilities.

The most viewed profiles include the Salt Spring Island Public Library, the Vancouver Island University Cowichan Campus in Duncan and the Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C.

Because the private sector is also increasingly selecting wood for commercial, mixeduse or mid-rise structures, the project gallery not only helps position B.C. as a leader in development and use of wood materials and building systems, but generates demand for our products and expertise in B.C., across Canada and abroad.

November 2016
Canada
Supporting industry through naturally:wood

FII recorded over 40,000 site visits to naturallywood.com with the number of publication downloads increasing 20% over the previous year.

Viewership of naturally:wood’s YouTube channel increased. As of Fall 2016, top videos viewed include: Brock Commons Time Lapse - UBC Tall Wood Building, ‘Introducing CLT to North America’ and ‘The Design, Fabrication and Wood Construction of the Richmond Oval’.

Naturally:wood also had a presence at five B.C.-based tradeshows – four more than in 2015 – increasing in-person engagement with architects, engineers and designers.

Naturally:wood Supplier Directory

The naturallywood.com Supplier Directory helps connect B.C. wood product manufacturers with local and global buyers. The directory profiles approximately 500 B.C. manufacturers offering a wide variety of commodity and specialized wood products including dimensional lumber, engineered and mass timber, furniture, doors, windows, pulp, paper and pellets. As part of its market development efforts, FII understands the importance of helping B.C. companies connect with new customers and, for this reason, tracks activity in the directory. In 2015, the naturallywood.com Supplier Directory enabled 11,000 supplier searches and points of contact.

Profiling B.C.’s leadership in wood use

The naturallywood.com Project Gallery profiles nearly 70 projects, from civic buildings including libraries, community centres and arenas to provincial buildings such as schools and health care facilities.

The most viewed profiles include the Salt Spring Island Public Library, the Vancouver Island University Cowichan Campus in Duncan and the Thompson Rivers University in Kamloops, B.C.

Because the private sector is also increasingly selecting wood for commercial, mixeduse or mid-rise structures, the project gallery not only helps position B.C. as a leader in development and use of wood materials and building systems, but generates demand for our products and expertise in B.C., across Canada and abroad.