Are you looking for local services?

If this sounds like you, please contact a local member of the network:

  • A homeowner looking for options about an upcoming tree removal.

  • A municipal leader trying to find a place to recycle unwanted logs.

  • An arborist tired of seeing good logs go to waste.

  • A green builder looking for local and sustainable products.

  • A woodworker or artist searching for unique and memorable sources of wood.

Do you have questions about the industry?

If this sounds like you, please contact the Michigan Urban Wood Network:

  • A recycling organization interested in expanding wood recovery options.

  • A sawmill trying to find new market opportunities.

  • A community trying to plan for sustainable wood use in your operations.

  • A media representative interested in the urban wood industry.

We can help.


This project is supported by the USDA Forest Service Northeastern Area, State and Private Forestry Landscape Scale Restoration Grant Program and is organized by the Sustainable Resources Alliance. Additional assistance comes from the Michigan Department of Natural Resources.

Membership is available to the full diversity of stakeholders (including businesses, organizations, and individuals) interested in finding the highest and best use of Michigan's urban forest resources.  A listing on the Michigan Urban Wood Network is open to all who agree to the basic membership tenets of the Urban Wood Network; it does not imply endorsement of or preference for any named companies, nor does it act as proof or certification of any specific business practices.

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