Alex Ojeda wrote:I was hoping to find some people who have either stored a drying wood pile or used it in some kind of stacking function exercise where instead of just taking up space while it dries for the summer it's actually providing some service or benefiting another element in some other way.
Any help on this would be greatly appreciated!
Ok, that gives me an Idea. With a rocket stove and enough room, maybe you could grow mushrooms off the wood for a few years then burn it for heat. The wood might be a bit punky by the time the mushrooms stop growing, but with the efficiency of a RMH, maybe it wouldn't matter. That or Hugelkulture.
Brenda Groth wrote:if you aren't planning on burning it for firewood you can use it for mushrooms or for deadwood around plants, esp baby trees..great for holding in moisture and protection
small wood piles here and there in the garden are wonderful for hiding places and homes for a lot of small animal life and sunning areas for others..