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  • All
  • Architecture
  • Association
  • Builders & architects - Grade Sheets
  • Builders & architects - The Great Rule Book
  • Construction
  • Consumer - How To
  • Consumer - Projects
  • Design
  • DIY
  • Explores the possibilities of pine
  • Featured
  • Front Page
  • Industry
  • Monographs
  • NELMA
  • News
  • State/Province
  • Sustainability
  • Technology
  • Trends in timber construction
  • Uncategorized
  • Videos
  • Wood geeks
  • WPM Newsletter

Sculptform Showroom in Melbourne Shows Off Innovative Timber Cladding System

Wood is one of humanity’s oldest building materials, with a reputation for making our built environments feel more connected to nature. But it’s also the …

Michigan Names an Eastern White Pine on the Upper Peninsula its Tallest Tree

The search for Michigan’s tallest tree has found its victor: a staggering Eastern White Pine located in a remote area on the state’s beautiful Upper …

A Dramatic Tale of Timber Poaching in Washington State

Muffled chainsaws, tree DNA and Carlos Santana – this fascinating story about the bust of a timber poaching ring in Washington State has it all. …

Hunting for the Biggest Eastern White Pine Trees in Massachusetts

To find some of the most majestic Eastern White Pine trees in North America, just head to the Peace Grove in Massachusetts’ Mohawk Trail State …

Forest Crayons Reveal the Stunning Natural Hues of Japanese Wood

Wood is brown, right? Well, not exactly. It’s also black, umber, Sienna, ochre, red, pale peachy-beige, green and even turquoise. The color variation can be …

Architectural Monographs: Early Wood Houses of Central New York