HOW THE BUSINESS STARTED. Today, we’re talking with Bryce Mann of Wolfbear Wood Designs. About two years ago, Bryce started as a woodworking hobbyist. As he started piecing small projects together and began to learn more about the work, he soon felt confident enough to start selling his designs. Completely self-taught, Bryce has learned…

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HOW THE BUSINESS STARTED Today, we have Dan Pottage of Pottage Sawmill. Dan started out as a landscaper but being based in Southern Alberta, Canada he quickly grew tired of working in the cold. Instead, he took classes and started working in tree removal. This quickly led him down the path to the sawmill life!…

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  Today we’re talking with Danielle Doggett of Sail Cargo Inc. Starting out as a sailor aboard the ship Swan Fan Makkum when she was only 16, Danielle had a dream to build a full wood cargo-only sailing vessel. Stationed in Sail Cargo’s eco-shipyard in Costa Rica, the construction of this vessel dubbed – Ceiba is a…

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Blaiseintrees

Blaise Brogan started cutting trees when he left school at 16 years old. He was working for various tree companies and eventually started his own. He first bought a middle skid steer boxer machine which he’d imported from America. He was impressed with the first product he made and decided it was something he could…

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Mathew Wlotkowski

HOW THE BUSINESS STARTED On this episode, I chat with Mathew Wlotkowski of Rough Sawn Detroit. For Mathew, his business started out as a hobby, using the salvaged materials that he found to create pieces, he didn’t initially foresee this becoming a profitable gig. He’d been going through the Detroit area, sourcing his material from trees…

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We’re thrilled to share this awesome video from our friend TrustinTimber. Expect a few videos from him featuring our mills this year. In the meantime, take a look at how he built this tree fort with our mill.

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  Features: Enables user to stand more upright. Produces smoother cutting action. More control than ratchet-stlye winches. Fall-away anchor arm means user can winch all the way through the cut. For use with all sizes of Alaskan mill. Compatible with EZ rails and Slabbing Rail brackets.

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