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#1 posted 05-25-2010 04:28 PM

tyskkvinna and uffitz…You make a good point…not all domestic woods are sustainably harvested either. Some of the larger companies then insult the public, in my opinion, by planting a pine tree forest after they’ve cleared all the hardwood. They say it’s replacing a tree with a tree…true, but far from the same.

interpim…You are also right. It’s not easy to confirm if your supplier is telling you the truth or not about their source. I guess this is where relationship building becomes important.

I suppose I’ll need to do a little digging in my area to learn what’s out there. (Nashville, TN)


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