Forest Stewardship Council Recognizes Clough Construction for 2015 FSC Leadership Awards WASHINGTON, D.C. – As the world prepares for the Paris Climate Conference, the Forest Stewardship Council recognized a group of leaders who are highlighting the critical role that governments, businesses and forests play in addressing climate change. Deforestation and forest degradation worldwide are a
Here at Humboldt Redwood we all appreciate a good, hearty and healthy meal. With Thanksgiving just over a week away we want to share a recipe from one of our favorite food blogs, Smitten Kitchen. Deb Perelman’s recipes are warm and full of flavor, something that these cooler Autumn months are perfect for! This kale
In September 2015, the US Environmental Protection Agency issued “Recommendations of Specifications, Standards and Ecolabels” to guide federal procurement. For lumber and wood, FSC is now the only EPA recommended standard. The Forest Stewardship Council US applauded this decision and sent a letter of thanks to EPA Administrator Gina McCarthy and Secretary of Energy Ernest Moniz.
The Northcoast Regional Land Trust would like to thank and acknowledge our incredibly generous community for coming out to our annual celebration, aka “Boots and Birkenstocks,” on October 10. More than 300 people from all different walks of life came out to celebrate the land we love, and hundreds of others donated auction items or
The SLB’s Association Partnership Program made the 2015 Deck Expo a successful event for softwood lumber, with a 20×20 Wood, Naturally display featuring deck and pergola structures built with Southern Pine and Western Red Cedar. The deck highlighted proper fastening techniques to a ledger. Near the display was the Natural Wood Decks Workshop, hosted by MyFixitUpLife
On October 30, 2015, Humboldt Redwood Company completed the asset purchase related to the Steam and Power Plant located in Scotia, California. This purchase will allow our Scotia facility to generate steam and electricity to be used in our sawmill operations. Excess electricity will be sold. The use of biomass to make steam and electricity
SAN DIEGO – Just a year ago, the Carmel Mountain Ranch Country Club – which bills itself as having an “exquisitely manicured, visually breathtaking” golf course – featured the same traditional rolling hills of grass found at golf clubs around the country. But then came the $4 million renovation. With shovels and bulldozers, out went
Your home is your castle, your escape from the noise and chaos of the rest of life. That’s why so many of us invest our dreams – and dollars – into the features that not only add value to our homes but our quality of life. For the money, a wood deck is a great
Truckloads of bark have been dumped and spread along the on-and- off-ramp medians on the Riverside/Cirby Exit in Northern California in an effort to conserve water during the state’s drought. With drought conditions prevalent throughout the Western U.S., many home- and business owners are removing water intensive lawns and replacing with Redwood Bark and Chips.
Chris Hunt from CR Hunt Construction in the Greater Salt Lake City, UT area can help you transform your backyard into an outdoor oasis with Redwood decking, furniture, or a beautiful pergola.
Phil Herman, representing the California Redwood Association, spoke about the many benefits of using Redwood in outdoor living spaces during a segment on Colorado and Company KUSA-TV, 9News (NBC) in Denver, Colorado. Speaking with host Denise Plante, Phil showed Colorado and Company viewers a beautiful Redwood pergola and deck display. With 1 million acres of sustainable Redwood
A multidisciplinary team of students and faculty from across 12 different majors at California Polytechnic University (Cal Poly) in San Luis Obispo are competing in the U.S. Department of Energy Solar Decathlon 2015. Named INhouse, the project is a net zero home, one in which the energy the home consumes is offset by renewable energy sources on-site,