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From The B’log

The Lifecycle of an Urban Tree

When you need a tree removed from your property select a tree service or arborist who works closely with a sawmill owner to ensure that your trees are put to their highest use.

Upcoming Events

Urban Lumber Summit: June 20th 2018, Save The Date

Save the date!  We will be co-hosting an Urban Lumber Summit June 20th, 2018 along with Acres of Timber/Sawmill Business   You’ll see live sawmill and other wood product demonstrations, get insight on kilns, marketing, growing your business, and a lot more. You won’t want to miss it, see you there! Urban lumber network members,…

Did you know…

The highest value both economically, emotionally, and environmentally for an urban tree is to become lumber after it dies or is removed.

Check this out…

When trees die they emit carbon into the atmosphere as they decompose, but by turning them into lumber, that carbon is stored or “sequestered”.

Did you know…

Urban Lumber is ‘greener’ even than FSC certified wood because it was never harvested for its timber value. It is truly the ‘greenest’ choice.

Fun Fact…

Most urban trees end up being chipped or end up in a landfill when they die. We’re working to change that.