Link of the week

Wood Barter

Where I live, I can find all kinds of wood I couldn’t find (easily) when I grew up in New Jersey. And, I’m sure that woodworkers in Washington state, Arizona, Australia or the United Kingdom can find woods that I’m going to struggle to get my hands on.

Wouldn’t it be a cool idea to have a forum where people could connect to swap their local woods to get someone else’s local woods in return?

That’s exactly why the Wood Barter forum was created. In this community, you can find people who want to trade, sell or barter for wood. There are also tips on felling and milling trees as well as drying your lumber – for the extreme do-it-yourselfer.

The site is free to join, and it provides an interesting look at some really sweet boards.

3 thoughts on “Link of the week”

  1. I just joined.
    The registration price fits my budget :), and you never know when you can use this site to find some cool wood for a special project.
    Thanks Tom.

  2. I have 21 logs,cedar, pine and oak. They are @ 8 foot long and 6″ to 1 foot. I am 70 and my doctor suggests I shouldn’t mill them. I will trade them for milled lumber both hardwoods and softwoods. I’m in northwest Alabama. I also 96 pine and cedar trees to take down and remove roots available at no cost. I need them removed to repair my drive way.

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