A mill in Maine, similar to a mill that might be used for WholeTrees.

Ashland Receives $500,000 in Grants to Help Develop a Wood Products Mill

"The $1 million in new investment will support the ramp-up of a facility in the Ashland area to fabricate structural round timber. The money will support salaries, recruitment, training and some operating costs for manufacturing the timbers. Structural round timber is a slightly modified, natural tree trunk used for support beams, trusses, columns and other assemblies like playgrounds, according to WholeTrees, the manufacturer based in Madison, Wisconsin, that would start the mill. Whole Trees is working with Original Mass Timber Maine to scout out locations for the mill."