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I have some arbutus limbs that have been on the ground for about a year and I am wanting to restore them to there lovely red colour is there someway I
Hi, thank you for all this interesting info! We just got hardwood cutting boards to put on each side of the stove. They come finished with mineral oil,
I had envisioned using a madrone limb to create a railing up my front walkway just a few stairs high and recently stumbled upon a newly fallen piece that
Do you make walking sticks or canes? ---------- Sorry No
Thanks for your work and relaying the information about safe wood products. It can be a real hassle to find the truth. I'm looking for plates, but did
Hi there, I am looking for some nice manzanita pieces to aquascape an aquarium. Do you have such? I am working in North Van this morning and could drop
I was asked recently what is something that has shaped who I am as a teacher. My answer? Arbutus trees. I invite you to come with me to Saanich, British
I just harvested a bunch of berries that I would love to be beads, how can I dry them out well? thanks! ----- Ron here... Thread them while still fresh
`One Half,( Of An Angel)' (2017) enamel paint,urethane and silver leaf over 'Ohio Buckeye' Chestnut Wood and steel thread. ( suspended)
I am a Calgary sculptor that works predominantly in wood...I am trying to find some Yew Wood branches or limbs,(preferably quite bent and distorted as
Hi, I'd like to know is Arbutus wood utensil safe for cooking (frying, stirring...) at high temperatures ? Thank you --------------- Ron here...
I would be interested in knowing how the Native Americans used the bark for dyeing or of what some of the techniques would be for this purpose. I love
My sister has some sort of magical green thumb. Seriously. This looks like an interesting tree and I thought I might suggest it to her for her new home.
For sale: 2 x Arbutus logs, 1 = 7' long, 4'6 dia at big end, 3'6 dia at small end. 1 = 7' long, 3'6 at big end, 3' at small end. 2 x Sequoia logs, 1
I'm looking to acquire some arbutus wood before the winter for some furniture projects I'd like to tackle. If there is anybody out there in the Nanaimo