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All job openings at Bennett Lumber Products in Princeton, Idaho will be posted at the Moscow Job Service as well as the bulletin board in our front office. Job openings at Guy Bennett Lumber Company are posted at the Lewiston Job Service. In addition, The Nez Perce TERO office office and the Coeur d'Alene TERO office are notified of all job openings.

Applicants may only apply for a job position that is posted as available. We do not accept unsolicited resumes or applications and we do not post job openings nor accept resumes from this website.

Bennett Lumber Products, Inc. is committed to providing an equal opportunity for all individuals who are seeking employment. The objective of Bennett Lumber's hiring procedure is to select the most qualified individual for the job. By policy and preference, Bennett Lumber affirms its continuing commitment to afford an equal opportunity to compete for employment and advancement with the company to all qualified individuals, including disabled individuals, disabled veterans, and Vietnam Era veterans. There shall be no discrimination and/or preferred treatment concerning any individual or group because of race, religion, color, national origin, gender, or age.

Any applicant who needs reasonable accommodation in any step of the hiring process may request assistance to demonstrate his or her qualifications to perform the duties of the job for which the applicant is applying.

An Affirmative Action Program has been developed to assure the effective application of the company's Nondiscrimination and Equal Opportunity Policy and to ensure compliance with applicable state and federal regulations and laws. Mandatory steps are included to maintain these policies and to encourage members of minority groups to seek employment with the company.

For more information on our hiring standards and procedures or to inquire about job openings, please feel free to contact us.

Bennett Lumber Products, Inc.
Paul Montgomery, Plant Manager
PO BOX 130
Princeton, Idaho 83857
Phone: (208) 875-1121

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Dimension & Boards

Industrial Lumber



Production for Bennett sawmills reaches 150 MMBF annually consisting of quality dimension lumber including Douglas Fir, White Fir, Engelmann Spruce, Lodgepole Pine, Idaho White Pine, Inland Red Cedar, and Ponderosa Pine.

The lumber is shipped by truck and we also have rail transportation capabilities. In addition, units may be wrapped at the customer's request to ensure safe, clean delivery.

Representing both Guy Bennett Lumber Company and Bennett Lumber Products, our sales staff is available from 6am to 4pm (PST) Monday through Friday.

Sales Phone: (208) 875-1321       Fax: (208) 875-0191

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Jim Vandegrift, Sales Manager, joined Bennett Lumber in September of 1991. Jim's career in the lumber industry began in 1978 while attending college and working at a sawmill in Montana. Following graduation, Jim started his career in sales and marketing.

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Joe Buttice joined the Bennett sales team in June of 2013 after graduating from Oregon State University with a degree in Forest Management.


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Best Management Practices


Water Quality

Wildlife Mgt

Land Access

Logger Education

Visual Quality

Land Owner Resources




Bennett Lumber's sustainable forestry goal is to meet present needs without compromising the ability of future generations to meet their needs by adopting land stewardship ethics that assure forests in this area remain healthy and continue to provide wood products, wildlife habitat, biological diversity, clean water, and recreational opportunities.


Maintaining and enhancing ecosystem health is the primary focus of Bennett Lumber's forest management efforts. Healthy forests provide habitat for fish and wildlife as well as timber for our mills. Bennett Lumber's commitment to sound environmental practices is an everyday effort.

When it comes time to remove trees, Bennett's foresters manage with a light touch, removing unhealthy tress and planning for the needs of future forests. Most harvests are done to remove diseased and feeble trees to improve forest health. All harvest prescriptions favor leaving healthy native tree species. Our foresters use a variety of silvicultural prescriptions to assure biologic diversity, protect water quality, maintain wildlife habitat, and preserve visual quality.


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Princeton Mill History


Princeton, ID:
Bennett Lumber Products, Inc.
PO BOX 130
Princeton, ID 83857

(208) 875-1121

Email Us: frontdesk@blpi.com

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Clarkston Mill History

Clarkston, WA:
Guy Bennett Lumber Company
PO BOX 670
Clarkston, WA 99403

(509) 758-5558

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