The term “sustainability” is an integral part of our linguistic usage. But did you know that the term “sustainability” has its origins in forestry? Hanns Carl von Carlowitz first used the term in 1713 in his publication on sustainable forestry. Sustainable forestry means that only as much wood is harvested as can grow back.
In Bavaria, the forest stand even grows from year to year. Wood is an important renewable resource that grows right on our doorstep. We use wood as a building material, but also to make paper and many other products. The resulting sawdust is perfect to use as firewood and thus make holistic use of the tree.
- Native hardwood from sustainable Bavarian forestry.
- Easy lighting and smoke-free burning, thanks to max. 20% residual moisture
- Perfect size for your fireplace
- Smaller and larger logs mixed