The locust logs that we are milling are from local (Warwick, NY area) downed trees. Most of these have fallen over in storms. We - New York Heartwoods
- harvest some dying and diseased trees, but most of our logs come from municipal trees that would otherwise be processed into mulch (landfill) or firewood.
We currently have a couple logs that are large enough to mill into slabs, but most are better suited for smaller dimensional lumber.
How wonderful that you turn locust, it has such a gorgeous grain.
Let me know if you have any other questions.
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