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Easy Install Reclaimed Wood Wall Panels

reclaimed pallet wood

Voted best selling home decor on HOUZZ ! Prefabricated 4 square feet interlocking panels makes installation quick, clean, and easy. Perfect for the do-it-yourselfer or large scale commercial project. With the appropriate tools a typical 8’x10′ wall can be completed in about an hour. Our Patent Pending interlocking and ship lap panel design reduces labor costs and […]

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Why Douglas Fir Hardwood Flooring?

hand scraped hardwood flooring

Douglas Fir flooring has been the preferred hardwood flooring throughout the Rocky Mountain West for over a century. With a 200 year old proven track record, many old barns, granaries, and western structures still contain Douglas Fir that has withstood the test of time. In fact many of these old structures are being reclaimed and re-manufactured […]

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Timber Management – Myth vs. Fact

Holland Lake Montana, Bob Marshall Wilderness

Source – Pyramid Mountain Lumber “A rumor can race around the world while the truth is just putting its shoes on.” — Mark Twain       Myth: The early U.S. forest was a carpet of trees that extended from coast to coast. FACT: The pre-Columbian forest of 1600 covered less than half of the present-day […]

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Build with wood to reduce carbon dioxide emissions

Source: Oregon Forests Resources Institute by Timm Locke Director of Forest Products I spent a day at last month’s Oregon Coastal Caucus Economic Summitlistening to a wide range of speakers discussing climate change, its impacts and potential solutions. During the portion of the summit that focused on solutions, Yale University’s Chadwick Dearing Oliver, Pinchot Professor of Forestry and […]

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Wildfire – 2018 Edition

Source: The Forest Blog by Russ Vaagen The 2018 Wildfire season has been one for the ages.  It seems as though wildfires are burning nearly everywhere in the west.  Should we be surprised? After nearly 30 years of nearly no management on our National Forests in the United States, while simultaneously suppressing fires, we now have […]

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Merkley bill directs $1 billion to wildfire fuels reduction

Source: KTVZ WASHINGTON – Sen. Jeff Merkley, D-Ore., on Wednesday introduced the Wildfire-Resilient Communities Act, a $1 billion measure to reduce the risk of catastrophic wildfires, and the smoke and economic losses that they cause. “Across the country, our communities have been threatened by increasingly severe wildfires,” Merkley said in a news release “As we saw this summer […]

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Video: Quick tour of our stain line

Here’s a quick peek of our factory finish line. All our products are hand crafted and custom ran per order. We sell and ship factory direct anywhere in the U.S. If you’re looking for a truly sustainable wood floor or wall covering, you’ve reached the right place. Proudly made in Montana U.S.A.

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Reckoning with History: Wildfire suppression is a decades old conundrum

Source: High Country News It is summer, so the West is burning — and we know well enough why it’s aflame. A century of suppressing fires on public lands has made many forests more vulnerable to fires, whether caused by natural events or human activities; that risk is now exacerbated by climate change. But the question […]

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Video: Yoda wood flooring remodel

Landed a small remodel job with Yoda. Not sure how we’re going to install yet, but we’ll figure it out.

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Seeley Lake: Forest Service to log 3,494 acres burned by Rice Ridge fire

Source: Missoula Current The U.S. Forest Service will log 3,494 acres burned by the Rice Ridge fire, hoping to salvage some of the commercial timber affected by the 160,000-acre fire. Forest supervisor Tim Garcia said his decision allows the salvage of about 26 million board feet of “fire-affected timber,” as well as the removal of […]

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