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CATSKILL CRAFTSMEN INC Catskill Craftsmen Pro Board

Item# 268-CLC043-1-AF | Model# 1326 | Added on November 18, 2013 |
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CATSKILL CRAFTSMEN INC Catskill Craftsmen Pro Board
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Oil-finished yellow birch hardwood. Smooth surface that's resistant to cuts and scratches. Board is fully reversible. Grandma's Cutting Board is made from oil-finished natural yellow birch hardwood which is indigenous to the Northeastern U.S. and ranges in color from blond to a darker walnut shade; the natural variation in color allows this board to coordinate with your existing decor. This cutting board is a full 1.25 inches thick making it durable and ideal for home or restaurant use. These boards are fully reversible and feature a smooth knife-friendly surface resistant to cuts and scratches. Available in your choice of sizes.Catskill Craftsmen's Eco-friendly PracticesCatskill Craftsmen is committed to protecting the environment through responsible forest management and manufacturing practices. Located in the Catskill Mountains of upper state New York Catskill Craftsmen plays a role in maintaining the health of the New York City watershed. This watershed provides clean water for New York City and other communities in the area. Healthy well-managed forests are better able to filter pollutants from entering streams and rivers which preserves the quality of watershed resources. With this goal in mind the company supports the efforts of the Watershed Agricultural Council (WAC). With the WAC Catskill Craftsmen encourages lumber suppliers (family forest owners and public land managers) to make wise harvesting decisions and control erosion in order to safeguard water ... read more
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