“Every day, in urban areas, trees are cut down for various reasons. These trees are a veritable treasure trove of lumber that can be reclaimed, as opposed to finding its way to the junk yard or fireplace. As well, many of the species of wood growing locally in your area may be otherwise unavailable from lumber suppliers. This episode covers the steps required to reclaim such wood for turning.”

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Home-based Business: Turning Urban Lumber (Turning Green Wood) — 5 Comments

    • As we discussed on the previous blog post about salvaged wood, you can find super beautiful exotic woods like spalted maple and fruit trees — often for free.

  1. This is another blog post in a continuing series of creating home-based businesses. Many readers want to live in rural areas without restrictive building codes, high crime, etc. and are seeking self employment options.

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