The innovation-minded publication recognized Taylor’s global environmental and sustainability initiatives.
Taylor Guitars was humbled and honored to be inducted along with eight other individuals or organizations at IGIHOF’s 12th annual event.
Amid a rapidly changing landscape, it’s more important than ever to adapt and innovate.
As Taylor’s urban wood initiative expands to include red ironbark, Scott Paul explains the value of our work with West Coast Arborists and how eucalyptus trees became so prolific in California.
Scott Paul reports on Taylor’s efforts to amend CITES rosewood regulations and a new public-private partnership agreement with the government of Cameroon to support the replanting of ebony.
Jim Kirlin chronicles Taylor’s six years of work to transform an ebony mill in Cameroon, learn about ebony ecology and developing a planting program. Plus: A preview of Taylor’s new ebony guitar slides.