The Community Wood Banks Needs Wood

We hear the Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a good, old-fashion New Hampshire winter—cold and snowy—and we’re a few cords shy of a full shed. With winter at our doorstep and families still trying to find their footing in this recovering economy, we have a feeling this will be a big year for firewood requests. Here’s what you can do to help.

We hear the Farmers’ Almanac is predicting a good, old-fashion New Hampshire winter—cold and snowy—and we’re a few cords shy of a full shed. With winter at our doorstep and families still trying to find their footing in this recovering economy, we have a feeling this will be a big year for firewood requests. Here’s what you can do to help.

  • Buy a cord from Robblee Tree Service in Antrim. Robblee is selling cords at the bargain price of $160 to people who will donate it to the Wood Bank. Call 588-2094.
  • Call us to volunteer to cut, split and stack wood.
  • Firewood dealers are encouraged to donate a cord. Ed Lemire in Antrim has done that already.
  • Firewood donations are tax deductible. And they help struggling families and seniors to stay warm. Call 588-2620 for more information.