Established in 2010 as a collaboration between a certified arborist and a sustainable building consultant, Josh Greenspan and Alex Woodbury of Kamuela Hardwoods save logs from the landfill to create locally-sourced, high-quality, salvaged lumber for islander woodworkers, builders, and instrument makers in their Hawaiian community.
English woodworker, Mark Gould, salvages an urban tree in London with help from a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
Lincoln Dobson of Last Mountain Timber Wrighting in Saskatchewan turns reclaimed wood from demolished buildings into new timber frame structures with a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
Eric Savics and Danny Hagge established Van Urban Timber to produce live-edge slabs and custom wood furniture from locally salvaged urban trees in Vancouver, British Columbia.
Steve Ebner and his daughter Rebecca run Manayunk Timber, an urban sawmill in Pennsylvania, USA specializing in reclaiming old growth wood from 19th century buildings.
Shawn Moore of Trimmed Line Tree Services uses an LT50 Hydraulic portable sawmill and EG200 twin blade board edger to process would-be waste trees into marketable material such as counter tops, live-edge slabs, and handcrafted furniture.
Brian Presnell of Indy Urban Hardwood Co. salvages fallen and diseased urban trees with his portable sawmill in Indiana, USA.
Paul Morrison of The Wood Cycle of Wisconsin is creating custom furniture, cabinetry, artwork, and more from salvaged urban wood.
By discovering a profitable method to reclaim antique heart pine from historic buildings, Marc Poirier of Longleaf Lumber is providing wood with a résumé throughout the world.
Vancouver Urban Timberworks utilizes their WM1000 sawmill to produce live-edge slabs and custom wood furniture from locally salvaged wood.