Recover a Gouge Manage

Recover a Gouge Manage

    Re-setting a flavor into a loose manage is a challenge I take often, but in the situation of my recently acquired W. Butcher cut, I intended to do the job with extra reverence. I was so pleased by the quality of my new– but actually older–...
American Chestnut Makes a Comeback

American Chestnut Makes a Comeback

    When botanists were grappling with the harsh realities of the arrival of the emerald ash borer to U.S. forests, most referenced the devastation that might come to ash trees in terms of another native tree, all but wiped out by blight. That tree was the...
White Ash: A Hard Hit Wood

White Ash: A Hard Hit Wood

      Sponsored by: Northwest Hardwoods: Lumber that’s Graded For Yield®.     The United States is home to several species of ash, including the commercially viable Fraxinus americana (white ash), Fraxinus pennsylvanica (green ash), Fraxinus nigra (brown and...
Zebrawood is a Popular Exotic Hardwood

Zebrawood is a Popular Exotic Hardwood

    Sponsored by: Northwest Hardwoods: Lumber that’s Graded For Yield®. Find a list of hot wood looks today and the dark, exotic woods will be at the forefront. Zebrawood, or zebrano, has a long list of uses for furniture and architectural millwork. It is...
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