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  • Green Wood

    Hello All,

    I'm going to get a half cord of wood delivered for my WFO (red maple and oak) that is still green. Is it ok to stack and store it in my wood storage area under my oven now or do I need to let it dry out before I stack it in that dark cool area?
    Link to my oven build on YouTube:


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    Re: Green Wood

    It's just my take but I think I'd stack it outside of the storage area until your oven is cured. The added benefit is that by stacking the wood outside it'll dry a bit quicker.

    Best to you!