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One of the most unique and eco-friendly floors in the world, Hand Scraped Beetle Kill Pine Flooring. Check out our hand scraped Blue Stain Pine Flooring! Produced from salvaged trees decimated by the Mountain Pine Beetle epidemic, hand scraped, available both unfinished or prefinished. Pine has been used for wood flooring for hundreds of years, […]

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Our Douglas Fir wood floors are produced from salvaged and SFI Certified Douglas Fir. Custom kiln dried to 6-8% moisture content. All our floors are tongue & groove on all 4 sides, quality crafted, and visually graded to our 99% usable specifications. Choose from circular sawn, wire brushed, or hand scraped Douglas Fir wood floors. […]

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Within the next couple weeks we’ll be unveiling our new line of White Oak Wood Wall Panels. Authentic Bourbon Whiskey is aged to perfection over several years in 53 gallon new white oak barrels.  Weighing over 350 pounds each, thousands of these barrels are commonly stored in massive wood framed storage facilities on wooden racks […]

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The Mountain Pine Beetle has decimated millions of acres of Pine trees in Western North America. As these trees stand dead in the forest they start to dry out, rot, crack, and split. Salvaging and producing long lengths, wide dimensions, and large timbers used to be a commonality, however as these trees continue to degrade […]

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Source: Missoulian Old oak fence posts from a horse pasture in the southern United States, beetle-killed pine trees from near Missoula and unused wood shipping pallets from Kalispell will soon be on their way to a Mennonite community in western Montana for a new lease on life. There, they’ll be milled down into flooring, wall […]

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We don’t have many secrets here at Sustainable Lumber Co. We’re not a huge optimized state-of-the-art flooring manufacturer, nor do we want to be. We’re a humble sized “boutique” manufacture that custom crafts each floor as they’re ordered. For example, we could produce what other manufactures call a “hand scraped” floor, which is actually scraped […]

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Happy New Year from all of us at Sustainable Lumber Co. Thank you for all your business in 2018. We are excited to show you all the new product lines we’ll be introducing this next year, stay tuned! We will be closed Monday December 31st and returning to work on January 2nd. Hope everyone has […]

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We will be closed on the 24th-26th of December. Hope you all have a wonderful Christmas!

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Great installation video of our Prefab Pallet Wood Wall Panels, produced from our client Bend & Sway in Spokane Washington. 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 […]

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Source: American Thinkerj By Gary Schiff As is the case with all natural disasters, there is a tendency to point fingers.  Almost always, the finger-pointing misses the point.  We are seeing this play out with the horrific wildfires in California.  Politicians are using them as an opportunity to raise their issues.  The left is raising the “climate change” flag during […]

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Source: The Forest Blog by Russ Vaagen It’s time to change the narrative surround forests and fire.  We can change the outcomes of these fires now, and in the future.  The firestorm in California has ignited a debate.  Unfortunately, the ones getting the attention aren’t always the right voices.  This isn’t about clearcutting our forests so […]

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Hope you all have a safe and wonderful Thanksgiving! We will be closed on Thanksgiving and the following Friday.

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Source: Treesource Climate change is here. In southern forests, it takes the form of novel disturbances – different frequency and severity of drought, fire, wind storms, insect outbreaks, even ice storms – or a combination of these stressors. “How will managers respond to the threats posed by changing climate conditions?” asks USDA Forest Service scientist James […]

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Source: TIME.com We all know how good being in nature can make us feel. We have known it for centuries. The sounds of the forest, the scent of the trees, the sunlight playing through the leaves, the fresh, clean air — these things give us a sense of comfort. They ease our stress and worry, […]

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Source: The Montana Business Quarterly byDorian Smith, Steven Hayes and Kate Marcille For decades, Montana’s largest manufacturing sector was wood products, as measured by the number of employees. Today, that position belongs to fabricated metals, with wood products falling to second and food products close behind. It’s a sign of dramatic change for a state known for its […]

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