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A team of researchers from the USGS and a university partner collected slices from 23 redwood tree stumps along the north coast section of the San Andreas Fault near Gualala, California in late August 2022.

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The tree stumps were several hundred years old when they were cut down in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. Their rings store their growth histories and possibly the effects of earthquakes prior to the magnitude 7.9 San Francisco earthquake in 1906.

The team, including Belle Philibosian, Nick Cunetta, and Austin Elliott, researchers with the USGS Earthquake Science Center, and Allyson Carroll, a researcher at Cal Poly Humboldt, plan to analyze the tree ring records at Humboldt. They will also collect cores of living redwoods and compare the two datasets to search for evidence of, and precisely date, past San Andreas Fault earthquakes.

If you want to make a stylish side or coffee table at very little cost, using tree stump slices is the way to go. You can check for online suppliers at or, or keep an eye out for someone in your area having their trees cut down. You can usually pick up tree stumps, or have the tree fellers cut slices for you, at little or no cost.

July and August have been two busy months for Maternity and newborn sessions. I hung out with mom and dad in July for their Maternity session, August brought my chance to hang out with this little lady at the studio for a few hours. The theme of her nursery is Owls so mom brought along an owl hat to grab some shots in for hanging in her bedroom and we got a ton. Mom and dad also brought something else along, now I have posed newborns in and on a number of crazy things in my years as a photographer, but this was a first. When mom told me about the "slab", as we started referring to it, I didn't exactly understand what she was talking about. Well, as it turns out, I had it all wrong in my head, the "slab" was just that, a Slab of wood cut from a tree and used as the cake stand at their wedding. Once I saw it I totally got what she was saying, and really wasn't aware of a term for a flat piece of wood cut from a tree, so slab fit perfectly. I love the idea that it was used as their cake stand and now their little baby girl was napping on it. I've encouraged mom to bring it back for little Ms. R's 6 month milestone session this winter, I think it would be a great piece to show how much she grows.

Now you guys, I totally cheated this month. After a week and a half of every single person getting the flu at our house, the most horrendous flu ever, I got behind on everything except cleaning toilets. I still have my stump I ordered for this series sitting in my living room...unstyled and untouched.

BUT I do have a project using a tree stump slice that I have never shared on the blog. It is from my book, Natural Accents. So I am sharing it with you today as well as a couple of other past projects using wood slices. I bought these at Micheal's.

You can get the wood at craft stores, but I think it's cheaper when you buy it online in bulk. I'm not using them so I don't remember exact prices, but I think you can get 4-5 slices for $35 on Amazon, and it's probably even cheaper from an actual bulk retailer online.

You can definitely buy the wood slices from somewhere like Michael's. If you have anyone crafty in your family that has power-tools you could even look into making your own. A friend of mine did this. She just took a log from her families property and her dad cut it for her! I'd look into bulk stores, maybe Amazon? Rental companies carry these now, too, I think.

Create a path for children to follow. Hop, step, jump! These playground steppers were inspired by nature and are artfully designed and hand painted to resemble real slices of wood. The Tree Slices are constructed of durable glass fiber reinforced concrete (GFRC) and are suitable for ages 2-5 or 5-12. Set includes 5 Tree Slices.

Before the removal team took the remains of the felled tree away, I was lucky enough to nab some of the gorgeous pieces that they had sliced up (they were actually happy for us to take a few off their hands!).

A note on where to source tree slices: as I mentioned, we were lucky to stumble upon ours by chance. I did a little research though and you can easily pick up similar slabs at local lumbar yards, craft stores, or online (like the ones you can get from Save-On-Crafts here).

Prep the tree slice by giving it a sand to smooth out the surface and remove some of the imperfections. Depending on where you sourced your tree slice, you may be able to skip this step, but in our case since it came straight from the tree, a little TLC was definitely needed first.

First, you will need to find a piece of wood you like. I often get mine from people advertising on Craigslist that they want to get rid of the wood from trees they cut down. I also get some wood from a tree service business near my house that has wood to give away. You may have friends, family, neighbors who have cut down a tree. Maybe you had one of those rustic glam weddings and have some tree slice decorations left over, and you are wondering how to preserve the memories in making something useful and lasting with the wood. You can also find tree slices that have been dried and planed (leveled) for sale on places like eBay and Etsy.

Sometimes, depending on the wood and/or the legs I plan to use, I like to flatten to even thickness. Sometimes it is just fine a little uneven. I had intended to leave this mulberry tree slice uneven thickness, and I was going to use wood legs that could easily be made longer or shorter. I could keep the table top level by adjusting the leg lengths. Then I decided to make legs out of lamp pipe and fittings, and I thought it would look better with an even-thickness piece of wood. Also, it would be easier to leave all the lamp parts legs the same length.

As I mentioned, my mulberry slice was two inches thicker on one side than the other, and so I decided to level it with the router jig method. If you have a tree slice that is roughly within than an inch of being the same thickness throughout, it usually is not too hard to use a hand planer and sander to even it.

When I was first trying to figure out how to level a stump, I searched for information on the web. I found this article in Fine Woodworking: Router Jig Turns Stumps into Beautiful Side Tables by Nick Offerman. Here is their plan for the flattening jig. I patterned my jig after this, but made it simpler.

It sure was a pleasure working with this hunk of a mulberry tree. And I think the original lamp pipe legs accent the rustic wood beautifully. What do you think? I hope this tutorial gives you inspiration and information to make your live edge side table. Thanks again for stopping by!

A tree stump can add a rustic touch to your home, especially if it has a nice wood grain. You may come across a tree stump in the forest or have 1 cut at your local lumber yard and wonder how you can preserve it. Start by cleaning and sanding it so it appears smooth. You can then apply wood stabilizer and sealer to the stump so it does not crack, warp, or rot, leaving you with a beautiful, natural piece for your home.

Sometimes the most beautiful DIYs are the simplest ones. Case in point? Making a set of branch coasters from a fallen tree will allow the beauty of that wood to live on and tell the story in its rings.

When you are out pruning and cutting back the garden, take a look at what you are about to throw in the wood chipper or firewood pile. Wood slices can be turned into many things, but my all-time favorite is these branch coasters that I made back in 2012.

Chelsea's team looked closely at the sequoia to monitor and document any changes to its condition. Some parts of the tree slice, including the bark, had become fragile and unstable after so many years on display.

Underneath the dust were older layers of varnish and wax from historic restorations. The slice had also been exposed to moisture over the years, and the varnish had become cloudy, which obscured the natural surface of the tree.

Chelsea says, 'The tree was covered in dust, which we cleaned off with low-suction vacuums and soft brushes. While we were doing that, we mapped out all the cracks and damage on its surface so we can monitor its condition.'

This sequoia has a long history. The tree was 1,300 years old and 101 metres tall when it was felled. Its incredible lifespan is evident in its many rings, which were revealed as conservators stripped away old varnish and returned the tree to its original state.

As well as scientific achievements and historic world events, the timeline includes human population figures for each century. These numbers are a reminder that human population growth has had a huge impact on tree population.

's get placed here -->XReplies _mj_ Jun 18, 2020 11:20pm #1If the "slice" of pine a cookie cut from a tree trunk there is no danger to the machine, but you need to support the back of the cookie to keep the maching from tearing it off on exit.

Several years ago we lost some rather large trees to a storm, so I've been coming up with creative DIY projects and asking my husband to cut me stumps for the run for our chickens to stand on in the winter and more stumps to make the chickens an awesome dust bath spa area.

Miguel of Marmota Works shows how he took an acacia tree stump and turned it into an eye-catching coffee table. He sawed the stump into slices, then cut them to fit like a jigsaw puzzle. After sealing the pieces with clear epoxy, he bonded them with black epoxy, then sanded and finished the top before attaching metal legs.

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