BC's Wood Network

Welcome to Wood Source BC, your online wood marketplace. Connect with over 500 members searching for an opportunity to buy and sell wood products and services. 

Whether you are selling timber, buying lumber, building log homes, have a sawmill for hire, creating fine furniture, a  or you are an investor looking for an opportunity, this website offers you the chance to make new business connections. Create your free profile and start listing your items today. 

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What People are Saying

"Greater awareness among industrial buyers, a good target audience."

"I had several people contact me with suitable wood. Unfortunately our customer changed his mind and no longer wants his log home built from large dead dry Spruce. I will definitely use Wood Source again if we are searching for a difficult timber profile."


Community Spotlight

Rural Opportunities Network

The goal of the Rural Opportunities Network is to be a valuable tool for businesses, organizations and individuals seeking reliable information on issues and opportunities for rural communities, with a focus on economic diversification and development.

You can use the site in a number of different ways.

Explore. Explore the website for new ideas, answers to your questions, and products to purchase from your community or from the other side of the country.

Learn. Learn from the extensive and continually growing collection of resources and tools on the site, and from businesses and experts listed in the directories of goods, services, and network members.

Connect. Use the website to link to individuals and organizations across Canada working on similar topics, developing the same products, and addressing the same questions and challenges.

Contribute. Share information and ideas that may be useful for others and get feedback on your ideas by up-loading content to the site. By providing new information and insights, you can help contribute to the goal of creating healthy and sustainable rural communities.

www.ruralnetwork.ca