Custom Sawmill Recycles Fallen Trees into Useful and Unusual Lumber

By: Danny Lipford

Sawmill owner, Roy Hyde, recycles fallen trees into lumber for custom woodworking projects. This environmentally friendly process keeps valuable timber out of the landfill while providing unusual species of wood in sizes not often found at the local lumber yard.



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