Sustainable by Nature

The American hardwood industry dates back to the first European settlers, there is a wealth of experience in processing native hardwoods of North America. Few other countries can boast the success America has had in the sustainability of its hardwood forests, due to the intensive application of Best Management Practices (BMP). The hardwood forests of America support a vibrant healthy standard of timber, as well as a large diverse wild life population.

Hickory is therefore not classified as a species in danger. Hickory is sort after for many applications due to its strength, toughness hardness & stiffness.

American Hickory is most commonly used in tool handles, drumsticks, baseball bats, wooden wheels, furniture and flooring.