Real Wood Works locates trees, tree sections, root balls and other woody materials slated for destruction by burning, chipping, grinding or dumping. Some are urban trees deemed "hazard" trees (insects or disease has compromised the integrity of the tree structure) by land managers, foresters or forest agencys, and are cut down to prevent the tree from falling naturally on a house, road or other potentially dangerous situation. Flooding of brooks, creeks, and rivers in Lincoln County, New Mexico, has upended trees along waterways. Landowners are required by the Corp of Engineers, NRCS and the Mayor Domo of acequia systems to remove the trees so as to keep the fallen materials from impeding the flow of water. Many times, landowners have stopped the trees from being burned so that Real Wood Works can retrieve the woody materials, saving the trees from destruction. Often, local orchards approach Real Wood Works to purchase old Pecan, Apple and other fruit trees which, have historically been sold for firewood when the trees are too old to produce.
Wood Species: Ponderosa Pine, White Pine, Douglas Fir, White Fir, Juniper, Cedar, Nogal Walnut, Box Elder, Oak, Salt Cedar (tamarisk), Pecan, Apple. Materials are derived from Glencoe, Lincoln County, New Mexico, USA