Pacific Yew can be a rewarding wood to work with especially when selected for its traditional uses such as creating bows or paddles.
Woods to Know: Bubinga
Five species of alder grow in Canada. However, only the red alder (a.k.a. western alder) reaches tree size.
Woods to Know: Ebony
Woods to Know
Woods to Know: Balsa
Basswood, also known as American linden or lime, is part of the Tiliaceae family and is found in Asia and Europe, as well as North America.
Woods To Know
The most beautiful hardwood in the world
Woods to Know: Zebrawood
Woods to Know - Cedar
Jatoba (Hymenaea courbaril)
Profile of Cuban and Honduran Mahogany
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