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Call for Vendors
A variety of promoters are seeking high-quality craftspeople and artisans to exhibit at Catskills/Hudson Valley regional events this summer and fall. View event listings and contact details here.

For Sale
One black walnut tree for sale in Poughkeepsie. 4 clear faces. 21" DBH. Contact Stephanie at [email protected].

For Sale
Hemlock - 10,000+ board feet.
Pine - 5000+ board feet. 1 5/8 x 3 5/8, 1 5/8 x 5 5/8, and 1 5/8 x 7 5/8. Call Robert Goff (518) 299-3284.
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Visit Catskill WoodNet's website for more information on the Pure Catskills "Buy Local" Wood Products Campaign.

Working landscapes keep drinking water clean through programs at the Watershed Agricultural Council.
Catskill WoodNet in NYC Catskill WoodNet Members Exhibit at the Architectural Digest Home Design Show
On March 26-29, ten Catskill WoodNet members showcased a variety of Pure Catskills products to the New York interior design market.

Cairo-Durham School Well Suited for Biomass Fuel
Jeff Forward, a Wood Energy Specialist from Vermont presented the results of a preliminary biomass heating analysis for the Cairo-Durham Middle-High School focused on heating with wood chips or pellets.

Rustic Artist Adds Marketing Tools
Judd Weisberg - a rustic designer, teacher and custom furniture builder - recently completed a project to improve his company's ability to attract new customers.

Custom Woodworker Goes Hi-tech in Woodstock
Local woodworker Stephen Robin sees a lifelong dream finally come true with CNC machining capabilities at his custom furniture shop.

GreenTree Furniture Expands Promotional Efforts
Don and Jenifer Green complete a project to improve sales and marketing of their signature line of hardwood furniture.
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