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  • We sell hardwood logs, kiln dried logs, and softwood logs. Here they are, in all their glory: But maybe you’re wondering: what’s the difference between these types of firewood? In another blog post, we give the technical definition: hardwood logs come from angiosperms – deciduous trees – which lose......

  • On our softwood logs page, we say that it’s our quickest growing wood: See? We want to dig a bit deeper into that claim and explain why fast growth makes softwood an environmentally friendly type of wood. First, let’s take a look at the types of......

  • Do you know where your firewood comes from? And no, “I picked it up at the petrol station” isn’t an acceptable answer. Where did it really come from? Which country was it grown in? When was it chopped and processed? Who brought it to the UK –......

  • Armistice Centenary Place of Remembrance Here, in Sawley, a place of remembrance has been created as a permanent reminder of the sacrifices of those from the village who endured WW1. 28 names are recorded from Sawley parish, or in connection with it, of those who......

  • Leeds Ninja Challenge Here at Logwise HQ, we are donning our running gear, pumping out motivational tunes and getting ready for a challenge… The Leeds Ninja Challenge to be precise! Click HERE to sponsor us! This is an event set up by St Gemma’s Hospice – a......

  • If you were to picture your ideal Christmas Eve home, what would you see? A cosy, softly lit room, a big comfy sofa, surrounded by your loved ones in front of a roaring fire? A beautifully decorated Christmas tree with glimpses of shiny-wrapped presents piled......

  • Why is this tree commonly known as the Monkey Puzzle? Where is its native habitat, when was it introduced to the UK and why has it become such a popular tree here? Our latest blog attempts to answer these questions and more in a two......

  • The latest Logwise Firewood blog, demonstrating the importance and relevance of the Woodland Trust’s Tree Charter: a charter for trees, woods and people....

  • Harvest time on our farm is a busy time of year that is often a race against the clock to get the straw harvested and into our barns. As the first blog in our series Life on the Farm we’ve written about why it is......

  • Here, we explain our reasons for only selling locally sourced firewood. At Logwise Firewood, all of our timber is sourced locally before being transformed into the products we sell, and this is because we have a passion for creating an ethical, environmentally friendly business.  Not......