|This little video gets to the heart of the whole ‘Environment-People-Commerce’ matter. Are we green? You be the judge please.
Old Wood needed a partner in the Pinon and Juniper business to be able to produce a reliable amount of flooring from these relatively obscure desert ‘bushes’. That led to a close association with the Alamo Navajo Band with whom we cooperate daily in the sales of a LOT of pinon firewood via our website:
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|Sometimes being available gets us into hot water! In this ‘Fire Then Flood’ video from KRQE TV in Albuquerque you will see David Old looking and sounding pretty ‘flipped out’ after a massive Flash Flood took his crew members truck downstream and nearly got the company truck and
After assisting in fighting the Las Conchase fire as it blew through the Dixons Apple Orchard, Old Wood was asked to remove the hazard trees from the canyon by the NM State Land Office.
In the process of harvesting, the flash floods began as the summer monsoons came. Notice the speed of the water as the cameraman briefly pans towards the center of the flood! The truck tumbling by belongs to one of our crew members… it was a complete write off.