Species Reclaimed

| May 25, 2005

Woodworkers of the future — rejoice! The American chestnut, prized for its timber and its crop of glossy dark nuts, once dominated Eastern forests from Maine to Georgia. The graceful trees were virtually wiped out by blight starting at the turn of the 20th century. That loss, Case said, “was the greatest environmental disaster in […]

Another One Down

| May 4, 2004

Now that this is out of the way… I can get to work on the Spirit of America ClueBatsTM that are due to various people. [My garage workshop isn’t large enough for me to do serious woodworking while I have a project in the painting/staining/finishing stage. Sorry for the delay.] If you were one of […]

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