Our Native Woods

At Hull Forest products we make flooring wtih North American hardwoods, which happen to be the world’s most sought after woods, renowned for their strength, color and grain. We are also proud members of the Connecticut Grown program, which connects consumers with locally grown Connecticut agricultural products.

Using domestic wood products is essential to sustaining native forests. By choosing wood floors grown locally, you give landowners in our region an incentive to keep their land in forest.

Public benefits flow from sustainably managed woodlands – and we want to keep those benefits here. Clean air and water, wildlife habitat, biodiversity, carbon sequestration, recreational opportunity – these are but a few of the many benefits working forests provide in the United States.  Learn more about the benefits of North American wood.

Our own forestland is located in the Hilltown and Berkshire regions of western Massachusetts and the Quinebaug Highlands region of eastern Connecticut. Over 2/3 of the land owned by Hull Forestlands is FSC forest management/chain of custody certified by Rainforest Alliance. 

Hull Forest Products is a proud contributor to the working landscape of protected forests that characterize rural New England. Our ongoing forest conservation efforts have permanently protected thousands of acres of working forests. We have forged partnerships with the Nature Conservancy, Norcross Wildlife Foundation, New England Forestry Foundation, and others who recognize that private forests provide public benefits that make them important to our region as a whole.

A fine specimen of White Oak, growing in a Connecticut forest that has been formally managed for timber production for over a century, and which also provides a critical wintering and staging area for migratory waterfowl.