Building a Better Future

From forest restoration to reducing our manufacturing footprint, we are striving to become a more environmentally responsible company. Learn more about our philosophy, our projects, our challenges and our path forward.

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Ebony in Cameroon

Ebony in Cameroon

What began in 2011 with Taylor’s co-purchase of an ebony mill in Yaoundé, Cameroon, has grown into a pioneering research and restoration project focused on West African ebony.

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Koa in Hawaii

Koa in Hawaii

Our collaborative work as Siglo Tonewoods aims to restore native Hawaiian forests and preserve the future supply of koa for musical instruments.

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Sustainability Spotlight

Eco Trip: An Eco-Conversation with Scott Paul & Ed Robertson

Scott Paul traces the history of musicians and environmental advocacy and talks with Ed Robertson from the Barenaked Ladies about the band’s involvement in environmental causes.

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Urban Wood

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    Growth Potential

    With two planting projects in the works, Taylor’s collaboration with partners like West Coast Arborists sheds light on the challenges and benefits of creating a circular economy around urban trees.

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    Three Part Harmony

    Our innovative efforts to preserve the future of ebony, koa and urban trees reveal three profoundly different approaches. Yet all are linked by our commitment to improving local ecosystems and the communities that rely on them.

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