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Weyerhaeuser People in Action

We care about our employees and communities. When we ask employees why they work at Weyerhaeuser, the most consistent response is, "It's the people." Our people are our greatest strength. Their talent, competitive spirit and innovative approach to getting results have driven our company to succeed for more than a hundred years. Together, we put safety first, invest in our communities, and do what it takes to attract the diverse, high-performing talent we need to achieve our vision.

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How Business Can Weather the Storm
This article is reprinted by permission from The Environmental Forum®, Jan./Feb. 2014, Copyright © 2014, Environmental Law Institute®, Washington, D.C. www.eli.org. Companies have long engaged in risk assessment and mitigation as a core business practice. The Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change in its 2012 report “...
Dec 30, 2013 9:10 AM ET
Weyerhaeuser Donation Supports Birds at Carolina Raptor Center
It’s a big bird.  ...
Dec 12, 2013 9:30 AM ET
Science and Sustainability
For Weyerhaeuser, studying soil nutrition leads to more productive forests. For Weyerhaeuser’s Scott Holub, it earned him a rafting adventure. It also helped him grow a big squash. Holub’s a Weyerhaeuser silvicultural research scientist based in Eugene, Ore. His studies in soil productivity and sustainable forest management provide crucial information for the company and for other...
Nov 18, 2013 8:40 AM ET
Weyerhaeuser Recognizes Two Outstanding Employees For Volunteer Environmental Stewardship
Danny Raymond says his love for fishing and the outdoors started in the womb. He’s sure he was born with a rod and reel in his hand. Raymond, a log truck driver for Weyerhaeuser’s Western Timberlands business, and his wife Karen, who provides administrative support at the Eugene, Ore., office...
Nov 11, 2013 8:30 AM ET
Weyerhaeuser Employee Earns Company Recognition for Dedication to Haiti Homebuilding
After learning that Glyn Boone had won a Weyerhaeuser President’s Award, Lana Bru, financial manager for Weyerhaeuser’s oriented strand board business line, sent an email to the “Haiti Homebuilding Alumni.” She passed on the news and offered warmest congratulations to Boone, a senior engineer for Weyerhaeuser’s engineered lumber products.  The Alumni group, which includes 22...
Nov 4, 2013 8:30 AM ET