Reclaimed Wood Council
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The Reclaimed Wood Council was a trade association that promoted reclaimed wood from old buildings or from logs reclaimed from rivers. The Council was formed in May of 2003 and dissolved in January of 2008.   
- "Virgin-growth, old-growth, original-growth, antique or aged… (Reclaimed Wood Council definitions)". Goodwin Heart Pine Company.
- "Reclaimed Wood Steps Up For Floors". Pittsburgh Post-Gazette. November 13, 2004. Retrieved June 6, 2012. "While the Reclaimed Wood Council, a national trade group, is working to establish standards for antique heart pine and other woods, to date there are no ..."
- Williams, Amy (October 2, 2008). "Georgia: Recycled wood industry gains polish, confidence". Chattanooga Times Free Press. Retrieved June 6, 2012. "... according to the Reclaimed Wood Council, a group formed by industry members to ensure uniform standards of salvaged and reclaimed wood products."
- "Antique Shopping". Hardwood Floors Magazine. August 2002.
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