18 Aug '12, 2pm

Clearing the forest of dead trees reduces the risk of forest fires: Reclaimed 'spalted' hemlock solid log table #eco

Clearing the forest of dead trees reduces the risk of forest fires: Reclaimed 'spalted' hemlock solid log table #eco

Add a piece of old growth forest to your home decor — this Spalted Stump table (wood coloration caused by fungi – primarily found in dead trees) has been sanded and finished with a wood sealer. This piece makes a great side table or stool. This wood is a 60 year old chunk of Western Hemlock, recovered from the Mt Hood National Forest on “Hunchback Mountain”. The tree had fallen from a storm. Note: Removing dead, or storm-damaged trees from the forest reduces the risk of forest fires and disease. Made in Oregon. Comes with furniture sliders on bottom of stump. 17″ tall X 14″ wide — $129 @ MtHoodWoodWorks

Full article: http://www.alternativeconsumer.com/2012/08/18/reclaimed-s...

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