What it means to be FSC® certified When it comes to environmentally friendly building materials, Redwood is as green as it gets. Humboldt Redwood is a renewable resource and comes from forests that have been certified as well-managed by the Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®). But what exactly does it mean to be FSC certified? The
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Humboldt Redwood participates with the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Humboldt Redwood is proud to sponsor the 2016 Toyota/Save Mart 350 NASCAR Sprint Cup Series at Sonoma Raceway, June 24-26. For a thrilling experience, purchase exclusive deck seating tickets on the Real. Strong. Humboldt Redwood Deck. Located above Turn 2, the Real. Strong. Humboldt Redwood Deck
Brian Paul from Humboldt Redwood joined KATU2 to share inspiration for your deck along with important benefits about choosing Redwood. Watch the video to learn more!
Over the next few weeks Humboldt Redwood will be releasing a series of short video clips to help you better understand who we are and what we do as a company. From our forestlands to our mill to our sustainable practices and more, get up close and personal with Humboldt Redwood. We hope you enjoy
Jeff Imwalle for the California Redwood Association highlights the many benefits of choosing a redwood deck for your home. When you want long-lasting beauty and affordable luxury, you can’t beat the natural warmth and durability of real redwood. And, choosing a redwood deck has never been easier! Humboldt Redwood lumber products are available at independent
The California Redwood Association has produced an informative video highlighting the green attributes of choosing redwood for outdoor living projects, describing the carbon and energy advantages of redwood and emphasizing the sustainable forestry practices implemented throughout the redwood region.
Transcript Stream Restoration Mike Jani, President Chief Forester “Over the years there have been various types of roads built across all these properties. Many of them using undersized culverts that were put in 50 years ago. Because they’re metal the bottoms are rusty now. And so we’re very systematically going through the properties, inventorying which