Megan Offner and her partners at New York Heartwoods began by managing woodlots and harvesting dying trees for lumber, live edge slabs and custom wood products for woodworkers and designers. But Offner says the Warwick, NJ lumber yard soon scratched that plan, using another pentiful resource: fallen trees. Her story, along with other tales of lumber and plywood supply, are among the most viewed items at Woodworking Network - along with an ingenious way to turn a shop vac into a cyclone dust collector. 


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