Humboldt Redwood was formed in 2008 and is working to cultivate a lasting legacy of environmentally responsible forestry and sourcing, manufacturing, and distribution of top-quality Redwood and Douglas-fir lumber products. Along with sister company, Allweather Wood, the company offers a unique mix of dimensional lumber for timber frame, post-and-beam, industrial, commercial, residential, and outdoor living construction projects.
Humboldt Redwood’s forestry operations include approximately 327 square miles (209,300 acres) of coast Redwood and Douglas-fir forestlands in Humboldt County, California. Logs from Humboldt Redwood’s forestry operations are manufactured into solid lumber products at the company’s sawmill in Scotia, California. These lumber products are then transported to the company’s distribution centers in Woodland and Fontana, California, where customer orders are processed and shipped.
Humboldt Redwood maintains chain-of-custody certification for its sawmill, distribution centers, and its forestry operations through the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®). FSC is the leading certification standard for healthy, well-managed forests worldwide. FSC certified Humboldt Redwood dimensional lumber is eligible credits under (1) LEED v4 Building product disclosure and optimization – sourcing of raw materials section and (2) SITES v2 Support responsible extraction of raw materials section. Please visit our FSC Certification page for additional information.
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