The Seneca Family of Companies has grown from a small sawmill operation founded by Aaron U. Jones in 1954 to a multi-company family consisting of Seneca Sawmill, Seneca Jones Timber Company, Seneca Noti and Seneca Sustainable Energy. Today, Aaron continues as President as Seneca transitions into the next generation of the Jones family: Aaron’s daughters, Becky, Kathy and Jody Jones.
From humble roots, producing just 18 million board feet of lumber in 1954, today Seneca Sawmill currently includes three mills in Eugene and one at Noti, with production levels exceeding 650 million board feet. This accomplishment is through dedicated and proud teamwork, coupled with demand for excellence in every step of production. Aided by the timber managed by Seneca Jones Timber Company and steam for dry kilns produced from the Seneca Sustainable Energy facility, Seneca continues to be one of the largest-producing mills on one site in the United States.
Seneca Partners with Habitat for Humanity
| April 2, 2014
The Seneca Family of Companies is pleased to be a part of a local Eugene/Springfield Habitat for Humanity Project providing a new home for the Albert Millard family. As part of this project, we will provide dimension and stud lumber from two of our sawmills, along with employee volunteer labor to assist in the framing. It’s exciting to
Seneca Technology Featured in IBM Systems Magazine
| January 17, 2014
The Seneca Family of Companies is proud to share the excellent work performed by our programming staff, featured in the January 2014 issue of IBM Systems Magazine.
Seneca Family of Companies Announces Senior Leadership Change
| December 5, 2013
The Seneca Family of Companies (Seneca) announced today that Todd Payne would be assuming the role of General Manager, effective immediately. Payne has been with Seneca for 23 years, most recently as Vice President and Manager of Timberlands.
Timberlands Reopened Following 2013 Fire Closures
| September 18, 2013
While the 2013 fire season is not officially over, recent rains and cooler weather have reduced the danger enough for Seneca to reopen its timberlands in most areas.
Air Quality Testing FAQs at Seneca Sustainable Energy
| August 22, 2013
On July 17, The Register-Guard ran a front-page article on Seneca Sustainable Energy’s request for a modification of our Lane Regional Air Protection Agency air contaminant discharge permit for our state-of-the-art renewable energy facility.