What We Do

Kamuela Hardwoods is an urban timber salvage company, formed by a partnership between an arborist and a woodworker.  We take pride in reclaiming, recovering, and salvaging wood that would otherwise have been burned, chipped, or thrown in our landfills.  In doing so, we turn under appreciated materials into high quality lumber for users in the Hawaiian islands and elsewhere.

We specialize in hardwoods culled from the urban landscape such as Eucalyptus Robusta, Monkey Pod, Mango, Acacia Koa,

Lehua Ohia, Eucalyptus Saligna, Lychee, Toon, Potocarpus, Silk Oak, Blue Gum, Red Gum, Australian Black Wood, Citrus Wood, Keawe and many others.  We are a minimal waste company and we utilize everything we receive.  Tree material is processed into lumber or slabs.  The slash is used as utility lumber, stickers, or garden bed/fence rails, and our saw dust/chips are turned into valuable mulch and soil amendments.  Our equipment is operated off of locally produced bio-diesel and we have a strict recycling program in place.


Our Family

  • Alex Woodbury
    Alex Woodbury Co-Owner, Woodworker
  • Joshua Greenspan
    Joshua Greenspan Co-Owner, ISA-certified Arborist
  • Austin Ibana
    Austin Ibana Mill Operations & Woodworking
  • Jessica Salerno-Woodbury
    Jessica Salerno-Woodbury Online Sales
  • Elton Alameda
    Elton Alameda Fine Woodworker
  • Nick Moore
    Nick Moore Warehouse Sales
  • Madison Bartlett
    Madison Bartlett Sales and Marketing
  • James Wray
    James Wray Senior Woodworker

Our Story

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