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Saving the Forest Past and Present

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Ma-no-min: An Ojibwe word meaning: food on the water, or "wild rice"

Create a Unique Presence with Planks from the Past

If you’re after a look no one else has and want to add some immediate character and natural charm to your home or office project, consider installing a piece of the past with Manomin Resawn Timbers. Starting with reclaimed wood carefully recovered from barns, outbuildings, and industrial spaces built between the 1820s and the turn of the century.  We apply modern technology and processes that yield a one-of-a-kind, durable product beautifully suited to a variety of uses – including wide-plank flooring (virtually unattainable in new-growth timber), wall and ceiling paneling, timbers, box beams, and fireplace mantels.
 
And we can go one better: Your project will give new life to materials that may have ended up in a landfill, and you’ll reduce our nation’s carbon footprint by saving the energy used and eliminating the pollutants created to manufacture new materials – materials you won’t need to buy. And yes, all of our lumber is sourced in the USA.
 
Chances are you’ll be in and around your new space for a long time, but it’s only right now that you can decide to make it a reflection of you instead of just anyone. To create that unique space that will be part of you for years into the future, start with a nod to the past: Start with Manomin Resawn Timbers.



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Homegrown.

All of our reclaimed wood is
proudly sourced and
manufactured in the
United States of America.



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Preserving your family legacy.

Barns and other structures become available for innumerable reasons, but sadly, it’s often life’s difficult changes that drive the decision, or it’s a departed loved one whose absence has accelerated a building’s disrepair. Converted into flooring, paneling or a ceiling, reclaimed wood from that structure plays a bigger role: as a lasting legacy to another time, another place or to a person gone but not forgotten.



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