About Us

Located in Central Missouri, USA, Greener Lumber, LLC was formed in July of 2009 and, as of September 2010, works  with a company in Belize to import many species of river salvaged timber into the US and make Greener Lumber brand “Sinker” woods available to consumers in North America and other regions of the world.

We have a devout commitment to the people and environment of Belize and hope to give end users of tropical species a viable alternative to cutting young timber. Hopefully this would allow  rainforest areas in Belize to grow back to their once majestic stature and then be sustainably managed for future generations of woodworkers.


Videos

Greener Lumber has received some much appreciated exposure from a globally broadcast program called “Earthrise”. It is, in my opinion, one of the top environmental news programs on the planet. Unfortunately it’s not shown on many cable or satellite channels in the US but is well distributed over the rest of the globe. If you would like to see our smiling faces and see just how we are retrieving these nuggets of wooden gold. 

 

History and methods of Mahogany logging in Belize

A video showing the history and methods of Mahogany logging in Belize back in the early 1900’s and what we do now to recover all this material. You’ll see some great examples of what this precious wood is being used for at the end of the video.


Large Chainsaw Gets It Done

A video showing how it’s done in Belize when a sawmill large enough  to saw giant table top natural edge slabs is not available. Who ya gonna call?… Mr. Hub of course!!

 

 

Rich, The blocks came this afternoon and boy, do they look sweet.  There is a problem; I think a couple of the blocks got together and made another one – there were thirteen in the bundle…not that I’m complaining.  My wife loved the story of what you are doing and the story of the blocks themselves.  When I get my act together I’ll send yu some pics of the seats and grips. Thank you for your generosity; it has not gone un-noted.

Mark S. in Stevensville, Michigan