Piedmont Sustainably Harvested Hard Woods

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middletoneric

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thepocketarborist
Hey all!
I am a local Arborist and Contract climber in the Charlotte area. I harvest tree's that were deemed "Unsafe" by certified arborists that would have otherwise ended up being chipped and dumped. I get everything from Black Walnut, Black Cherry, Hickory, Iron Wood, both Red and White Oaks, Post Oak, and occasionally Deodara Cedar. Not to mention, many of the countless other hardwoods that grow in the Piedmont. I would like to provide North Carolina Woodworkers with local, high quality, sustainably harvested woods. All the tree's I receive get slabbed, and an application of an end-grain sealer to prevent cracks.
For orders, specials requests, or questions, feel free to contact me at 980-298-2044 or my email real_glory@live.com
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Thanks! -Eric Middleton
 

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middletoneric

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Haha I used a grapple hook to traverse from one tree into another. It might seem unconventional and/or slightly uncomfortable...However, it saved me a lot of time not having to set another line.
 
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