|This kitchen was fabricated by Green leaf Cabinetry. It features maple cabinets, knotty pine doors on the base cabinets and a wheatboard carcass. Zero-to-low-VOC finishes were used.|
|This cabinet is named “Ashlin Tree.” It was fabricated for the Cleveland Environmental Center and is constructed of primeboard and wheatboard, with maple, mahogany and oak veneer.||This desk was fabricated out of wheatboard for the Cleveland Environmental Center.|
|Green Leaf Cabinetry outsources the majority of its manufacturing to Shawnee Wood Products Inc., which is located in Middlefield, OH, in Amish country. The shop has many environmentally friendly aspects, including the use of a 350-hp diesel generator (pictured left) that powers hydraulic tools and the use of geothermal heating for radiant heat (pictured right is the furnace that heats water running underneath the shop floor).|
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