Exactly just how local is the wood for your current cutting boards? Is it "my neighbor's tree" kind of local? I source my wood from what's readily available and is already on its way to the dump. This keeps me from spares trees from being cut down unnecessarily, and if they are chopped, I make sure to bring them new life through my works instead of letting them rot in a dump. Local selections also mean fresher woods for better quality products. I hand select the best woods from right here in the United States and export only when necessary. Necessary as in the wood isn't available in America.
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