Archive for October, 2012

Most of the things associated with this page have to do with what is called “Green Woodworking”. This can be a little confusing since there is currently a craze to refer to things as being green in order to give some sort of validation to any number of activities these days, from construction and manufacturing to laundry detergent and coffee products. The sort of woodworking I am involved in has more to do with the materials being used, freshly cut as opposed to kiln dried wood as you will find in home building supply stores. Anyway, click  here  for a link to photos of examples of methods and products that come from green woodworkers.


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