WHY USE PORT ORFORD CEDAR ON YOUR NEXT PROJECT?
Known also as Lawson's cypress, Port Orford cedar grows only in a 30-mile wide band from Coos Bay, Oregon, to Eureka, California. From pioneer times, the tree has been harvested for its durable wood and fine grain texture.
Uses for the stock ranged from venetian-blind slats to mine timbers and railroad ties. It also saw limited application as plywood in the construction of light aircraft and is a favorite wood for people who practice archery and make arrows.
Port Orford cedar is an aromatic wood making it pest resistant. This light and durable wood will help any project you tackle stand the test of time.
Our signature wood can be used for multiple applications and is highly prized by wooden boat builders.
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