The hardwoods grown in Maine’s colder climate yield a natural product of the finest color and grain – everything that the discriminating consumer seeks! Whether you prefer the natural beauty of a clear coated finish, or a carefully selected stained finish to accent the curves and lines of the hardwood, MooseWood has the beautiful, durable, high quality flooring you need. Maine made, FSC certified Maple and Birch flooring, is the most beautiful you will find and is now on sale at Earth First Flooring through Earth Day – Saturday, April 22nd!
Antique Grade Maple is $5.89 SF, Clear Grade Maple is $6.89 SF, and Red Birch Natural is $6.59 SF. These are the lowest prices we have ever offered on MooseWood flooring, and we want to promote these beautiful FSC (Forest Stewardship Council) products.
From seedling to board, every piece of MooseWood flooring is born from the highest standards of forest sustainability and nurtured by pioneers in responsible forest stewardship. MooseWood Flooring is part of the Seven Islands Land Company, operated by the Pingree family since 1841. MooseWood Millworks is the latest acquisition by Seven Islands, purchased in June 2012 from Kelly Lumber in Ashland, ME. Each step in the production of MooseWood flooring is owned by the family and overseen by certified professionals committed to producing the highest quality products. Seven Islands is a multi-generational, family-owned company that manages close to 1 million acres of FSC® and SFI® certified forest in Northern Maine.
Seven Islands works to safeguard wildlife, supports and encourages research to further enhance Maine’s natural resource based culture, and implements forest management best practices. Today, Seven Islands’ commitment to the landscape, people, and economy of Northern Maine has never been stronger or more valued. Since long before anyone became concerned about the destruction of rain forests, the heavy cutting in the Pacific Northwest, or the loss of habitat for endangered species, family representatives and Seven Islands Land Company have been managing the forests “naturally.” All land management decisions had to favorably satisfy the question, “Is it good for the land?”. Management and harvest activities seek to emulate natural forest processes. Emphasis is placed on enduring values such as health of the land, timber quality, and ecosystem integrity. This has been made easier by close adherence to the conservative philosophy of the owners.