I always look forward to visits to Michigan because it is where the urban wood movement was born. The emerald ash borer beetle was first discovered near Detroit in 2002 and soon after, mass removals of ash trees began in an attempt to stop the spread. Local networks of municipalities, sawmills, and manufacturers organized to
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Wudeward Urban Forest Products and the U.S. Forest Service will sponsor a new category for the 2018 U.S. Green Building Council Transformation Awards, called Wisconsin Urban Wood Utilization. Next year, Wudeward will select a winning project that demonstrates outstanding achievement in every phase of working with urban wood — from design, to specification, to application.
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A Fresh Perspective Wudeward Urban Forest Products and members of Wisconsin Urban Wood are proud to be part of a travelling art exhibit called Urban Heroes, Urban Wood. This important exhibit was initially created to celebrate Black History Month in Milwaukee. It has caught the attention of local leaders and most recently had the honor
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Utilizing Wisconsin’s Urban Wood. Just a friendly reminder that on November 9th, I will be a featured speaker at an event at the UW-Milwaukee School of Architecture and Urban Planning. Register now to learn about the role both private and public entities in Wisconsin are playing in the development of a viable urban wood industry.
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