Sometimes the size of a business is less important than the potential impact a company can have on the community it serves. Mountain Works’ core approach to business revolves around its function as a demonstration project seeking to bring about change in the way most forestry and agriculture is done in America.
Learn how the Philippines salvaged illegally-logged timber to produce thousands of desks and chairs for schools in desperate need for them.
Making better people is the foundation that drives sawyer Justin McMinds to benefit the lives of others while doing something he loves - working with wood.
Indiana University of Pennsylvania's groundbreaking "Harvest to Use" program salvages urban campus trees for use in their art and woodworking classes.
On Gabriola Island in British Columbia, James Mitchell established the Island School of Building Arts with a love for wood and a Wood-Mizer portable sawmill.
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