Past articles on this blog (newer to older).
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A few weathered American chestnut rustic vases available.
Announcing a new blog, www.neforests.com.
A 10-° F winter day at the woodchip pile.
Salad bowls from a large Norway Maple tree.
The Woodworking Show in West Springfield, Ma.
Finding the biggest and oldest Black Birches.
Another threat to our forests.
The effort to restore the American Chestnut to our forests.
Reclaiming some beautifully figured Sugar Maple wood.
Update on some of the newest turnings at the Bowlwood woodturning shop.
Test your knowledge of northeastern trees.
Story of the largest Eastern Hemlock in New England.
The story of ambrosia beetles and their effects on maple and boxelder wood.
The passing of woodturning and hiking buddy Bill Leclerc.
Finding strange things in the woods.
Reclaiming prized wood from a large fallen butternut tree.
Figured burl wood wallhangings.
A huge fallen tulip (yellow poplar) tree yields treasure for woodturners.
Some of the best forests in New England.
Bob Leverett, the "Old Growth Guru".
Turned wooden vases make their appearance at Bowlwood.
Turned wooden jewelry/keepsake boxes at Bowlwood.
Some of the gnarly old trees you find in the New England woods.
Hand-turned wooden table lamps.
A woodturner's use of small Cherry burls.
A bittersweet story.
Salvaging wood from the 2011 western Mass tornado and other events.
Cedar table lamps from tornado debris.
Another tornado mystery.
An unforgettable example of nature's raw power.
Australian Salmon Gum burl.
Gorgeous turnings from Manzanita burl.
A hollow vessel of Boxelder burl that I wish I could re-create.
Manzanita burl bowls.
Celebrating the largest pine cone.
Woodturning inspiration from a weed.
Snowy winter days in a woodturning shop.
Turned wooden vases.
An invasive vine yields heirlooms.
Handmade lamps for an inviting ambience.
A turned burl jewelry box.
Delicate hanging ornaments from sea and forest.
A figured Bigleaf Maple Burl bowl.
Hand-turned wooden keepsake boxes.
Stunning bowl from an Amherst, Mass, campus tree.
Hummingbirds and Cherry Burls show up in the yard.
Some of our work available in a Shelburne Falls gallery.
How to preserve a chunk of wood from your favorite tree.
Handmade wooden vases with country charm.
Bowls from burls.
Charming wind-up music boxes.