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  • Linden Lumber Company, Ltd.
  • Industry: Wood/Paper
  • City: Linden, AL
  • At Linden Lumber, we manage and use the forests to meet the needs of today-without compromising the the future. As participants in the industry's Sustainable Forest Policy Program, we practice sustainable forestry management through reforestation and by growing, nurturing, and harvesting trees for useful products while conserving soil, air and water quality. It all adds up to a policy that protects our natural resources. One that respects plant and animal diversity, and the natural beauty of the forest. One that keeps our forest lands healthy now-and in the future. We also comply with Alabama and Mississippi Best Management Practices.