Photos courtesy of Wood-Mizer
“After high school, I started tree planting in Western Canada and could see the logging clear cuts, which disturbed me,” Lincoln says. “I have a love of nature and wondered what I could do to help the forest in addition to planting trees.”
Source: Reclaiming old growth timber in Saskatchewan | Wood Business
[youtube=http://www.youtube.com/watch?feature=player_detailpage&v=v6F0JRUH8WI]This is an excellent, informative mini-documentary about the deconstruction process, and how we reclaim wood. Crossroads Recycled Lumber is featured from 3:25-5:33 turning old rafters and decking into flooring, siding, and paneling for residential projects, and commercial storefronts, like Whole Foods Markets (Blossom Hill in San Jose, Sansome Street in San Francisco, Laguna Niguel, and Newport Beach). Thank you StopWaste.org, for all of the work you do to stop waste!
via Crossroads featured in “Deconstruction of Building 802” by StopWaste.org – YouTube.