Firewood 3 bags of 15 kg
Firewood 3 bags of 15 kg
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Sustainably sourced 15kg bags of Moama Sawmill off-cuts - dry, dense, slow burning hardwoods, cut to size and ready to go into your fire.
Back in 2013 The Victorian National Parks Association called out an irreconcilable difference in the practices of the native firewood industry….
“Collecting firewood from the forest is a great Aussie tradition, but what we see as ‘dead wood’ and fuel, birds, mammals and insects use as shelter and food sources.”
The industry has been trying to clean up its act but just North of Melbourne something seems to be rotten in the Strathbogie State Forest.
Last year local environment group, Our Strathbogie Forest, blew the whistle on VicForests saying its primary business was sending perfectly good hardwood saw logs from the pristine Barjarg Flat Forest to be sold as low-value firewood.
Fair Food's other reason for stocking sustainable firewood came from hearing farm-foresters and millers complaining about the mountains of mill off-cuts and plantation thinings they were burning because they didn’t have anyone to buy them.
Like all sawmillers, Glen Mulverhill’s Moama Sawmill creates an ever-growing pile of mill offcuts.
Glen has bagged us up a mix of grey box & yellow gum from timber he salvaged and milled out of a housing development in Bendigo which he’s combined with red gum salvaged from a farm tree that came down in a storm.
We’re trialling a load of Glen’s firewood and next we’ll be looking at sourcing sugar gum thinings from a plantation near Ballarat.