The Cafferatas planted about 5,000 seedlings, most of them Douglas fir, but also grand fir, Port Orford cedar
, incense cedar, western red cedar, western hemlock and coast redwood.
These Port Orford Cedar
shafts are hand-spined and weight matched to within 20-grain groups per pack.
For example, if home buyers use the Japan Housing Finance Agency's (JHFA) (8) 35-year fixed mortgage plan, Flat 35, they must use either naturally durable species, such as hinoki, hiba, Alaska yellow-cedar, Port Orford cedar
, and Western red-cedar, or K3 pressure-treated lumber from JAS for dodai (K2 in Hokkaido and Aomori prefectures).
Boxes containing 1,000 Port Orford cedar
shafts came next.
Cooley: Yes, the Port Orford Cedar
, or Chamaecyparis Lawsoniana, is not a true cedar, but is in fact a cypress.
They found that extracts from incense cedar, western red cedar, Alaska yellow cedar, western juniper, and Port Orford cedar
exhibited antimicrobial activity against P.
Before: The Port Orford cedar
mantel of this nonworking, decorative corner fireplace lay hidden beneath coats of paint, which had to be stripped by hand.
The Presidio structure came down in one month, yielding 66,000 board feet of old growth Douglas Fir and Port Orford Cedar
At first, the separators were made out of Port Orford cedar
The ship, with three masts of Port Orford cedar
and a body of Douglas fir planks, was the fastest ship ever built on the West Coast, according to historian and model shipbuilder Steve Priske, who wrote about the Western Shore several years ago.
When I started bowhunting back in the mid 1970s, not only were compound bows highly suspect, but bow shops were still well stocked with Port Orford cedar