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#1 posted 01-11-2011 07:10 PM

Here in Oregon I guess the woods most people would think of would be walnut, white oak, Doug Fir and western red cedar. Actually, walnut is not native but has a distinct grain pattern when grown in Oregon that a lot of people like. Douglas fir is definitely the most prevalent, when they cut they usually just replant with all doug fir. It’s still really expensive here though.

We also have larch, madrone, yew and black cherry. A local sawyer is offering pear wood. We used to have a lot of Tamerack. I’ve only used it for heat though. Not much around anymore, like I said they usually just replant all doug fir. We also have some Redwood and Alaskan Cedar/Nootka Cypress.

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