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Restoration Forestry

International Day of Forests

Sunday marked the UN-designated International Day of Forests. This year’s theme is “Forest restoration: a path to recovery and well-being.” The gifts of the Earth’s forests are unending. Standing forests are enormous reservoirs of carbon, making them the original global cooling technology. They also support our emotional and mental well-being, as described in this Time article. Forests International Day of Forests

Karaoke dinner parties? Quiet moments? This family’s Del Norte Kitchen Pavilion does it all

The 2nd place winning photo of our 2019 Photo Contest features Marilyn and Shawn Murray’s stunning 20′ x 18′ Del Norte Outdoor Kitchen Pavilion, though the real show stealer is their adorable little niece! We recently chatted with Shawn Murray about why he and Marilyn chose to work with Forever Redwood and what the experience Karaoke dinner parties? Quiet moments? This family’s Del Norte Kitchen Pavilion does it all

We’re more committed than ever to handcrafted quality—and to you.

Year after year, customers look to Forever Redwood for a premium product and a human-centered experience. This includes 10 to 30 year warranties, woodworking led by master carpenters, extra-thick California Redwood, and onsite, white glove assembly. Most companies have squeezed out such superior standards in favor of maximizing profit. We refuse to go down that We’re more committed than ever to handcrafted quality—and to you.

Last Call to Invest in Our Global Cooling, Forest Restoration Project

Happy New Year! I’m reaching out with an update on our crowdfunded forest restoration project — including our final call to become a conservation-investor, and a January 26th (next Saturday) Q&A Video Call where you can ask me questions about the project. At the end of this post, I’ll also share 4 reasons to be optimistic about Last Call to Invest in Our Global Cooling, Forest Restoration Project

An Inconvenient Truth Ten Years Later

In 2006, Al Gore’s influential documentary film, An Inconvenient Truth, became a turning point in the climate change conversation. It’s clear, urgent message of pending severe global ecological degradation sparked a massive debate and action. It has led to substantial commitments worldwide recently that hopefully will slow and reverse the threat. Despite these recent commitments, An Inconvenient Truth Ten Years Later

Redwood Forestry Then and Now

It’s hard to imagine the California of the 1940s. Even though European and American settlers had been in the area for hundreds of years at that point, much of the natural beauty of the land was still untouched and pristine. To those emigrating from the still beautiful but much less ancient forests east of the Redwood Forestry Then and Now

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