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History of Grape Stakes As a Cottage Industry in California

Splitting trees into other usable commodities became a cottage industry in the early days of the great boom of vineyards in California’s Vast Central Valley. Loggers located in Northern California would typically leave a stump of redwood approximately eight feet high. Thus, a cottage industry was created. The loggers and other independents would come ba [...]

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Grape Stakes and Reclaimed Wood

Here are some new photos. We are getting a lot of calls so if you are in need it would be best to contact us soon. Thanks, Wilder [...]

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History of Grape Stakes As a Cottage Industry in California

Splitting trees into other usable commodities became a cottage industry in the early days of the great boom of vineyards in California’s Vast Central Valley. Loggers located in Northern California would typically leave a stump of redwood approximately eight feet high. Thus, a cottage industry was created. The loggers and other independents would come ba [...]

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How Did California Grape Stakes Get To Be So Mature?

When they first started growing grapes in the Central Valley, redwood was plentiful, cheap, and it was the best stuff because it had never been cut before. I think they were cutting down trees that were 100's of years old. Huge mothers, red in color throughout the tree. At some point no doubt someone or other had the foresight to plant new trees , which are now being cut t [...]

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Wilder’s Grape Stakes at Vince’s

The fence turned out great. The extra 40 stakes were perfect. I can't thank you enough for being so responsive to my last minute request for more boards. Feel free to use these picks on the website. Vince [...]

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What Makes Wood “Green?”

It seems pretty obvious, doesn't it?  But according to the NRDC (National Resources Defense Council), there are important criteria to consider. Wood is considered "green" because: Wood is highly durable Wood is degradable Wood has a low energy debt because little energy is expended in the manufacturing process Recovered and salvaged wood is widely available and [...]

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