Our Mixed Hardwood can include Cherry, Oak, Hard Maple, Locust, and Ash
When working with freshly cut or fallen wood, also known as green wood, it usually has about 50 percent moisture content. Burning this kind of wood is not a great idea for a few reasons. First off, its high moisture content makes it challenging to get a fire going and keep it burning. Plus, the smoke it produces doesn’t create the delicious flavor you get from seasoned wood. On top of that, it can bring down the temperature of your fire quite a bit. It’s better to avoid burning green wood if you want a successful and tasty fire.