Classic hardwood of the Great North Woods with white and red/brown colors, rich dark knots and
Minnesota's classically grained hardwood, with gentle dark color and gorgeous character.
Towering icon of our historic forest, famed for its smooth grain, soft colors, strength, and ease of use.
The whitest of our woods with contrasting accents of mineral colors and dark knots.
Loved by many for the stark contrast of its off-white and deep brown colors, a favorite for paneling.
Far superior to non-native Cedars, impressively stable to stand the tests of time and weather.
North America's most abundant hardwood, displaying a uniquely Northern Minnesota tight grain and shade of Red.
Known as Bur (White) Oak, our northwoods take on this historic wood, excelling in dark color consistency and hardness.
Famed for its sugary sap and bright yellow autumn foliage, with brilliant white and brown tones and
scattered mineral streaks, one of our hardest woods.
Cherished for brilliant red fall colors, medium density compared to its sugary cousin, great for both clear finishes and painting.
The tightest character of any our woods, consistently tan in color with subtle knots, an impressively hard and durable conifer.
Fighting to make a comeback to our forest, a rare native wood with a story and exciting character.
Beautiful, strong and an excellent value. Minnesota's state tree.
Dark heartwood, light texture and light weight make this special wood beautiful and easy to use.
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