Climate change has become an increasing concern recently, causing individuals and businesses to look for ways to reduce their carbon footprint. One simple way to decrease your carbon footprint is through the use of hardwoods.
Hardwood lumber is a naturally renewable and sustainable material with a carbon footprint that’s 75% less than concrete or steel, making a huge difference in the sustainability of homes and businesses. Hardwood lumber is so sustainable that the excess hardwood scraps are easily recycled, contributing to its remarkable performance in categories measuring its environmental impact.
Our video assets below provide a fun way to learn more about the sustainability of hardwoods.
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An Explanation of the American Hardwood Lumber Grades by NHLA
This video workshop provides a simplified but informative explanation of the grading rules for American hardwood lumber. Presented by Dana Spessert, Chief Inspector of the NHLA, the rules were established over 125 years ago by the, then newly formed, National Lumber Association (NHLA).
The US Sawmill: How Hardwood Lumber is Made
This educational video provided by Banks Hardwoods, Inc. describes the various operations involved in processing hardwood lumber by sawmills.
How Forests Make Our
Learn how trees work with (and for) the world to make our lives better.
North American Hardwood is the Responsible Choice
North American Hardwoods are the responsible choice for all products because they are grown in sustainable forests and are legally harvested.
NHLA at the Memphis in May World Championship Barbecue Cooking Contest
The NHLA team had the chance to hang out at the Memphis in May BBQ Cooking Contest in our hometown! We had a blast chatting with the competitors about what hardwoods they use in their cooking processes, tasting some phenomenal BBQ, and seeing all of the cool setups to fit the Malaysian theme of this year’s contest. We can’t wait to come back next year!
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