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Re: [permaculture-61] Re: Need black locust lumber?

From: megan
Sent on: Tuesday, October 23, 2012 1:44 PM
Hi Matthew,

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.



On Tue, Oct 23, 2012 at 1:03 PM, Matthew <[address removed]> wrote:
black locust is nice to work with, i especially like it for my woodturnings
where are these trees from?  are these full slabs or smaller dimensioned cuts

Tribal Wind Arts
Baldwin Organic Garden-Share

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