Maderas Collective understands wood is an important resource, especially for a country so flush of natural forest and wildlife like Nicaragua. The is why we take it very seriously to have sustainable practices for wood wastage in our shop, and always make sure we get our wood from certified sources.
We want to create added value from this resource, which differs from the standard practice of just exporting wood out of the country.
This creates local jobs and improves the local economy.
We use hardwoods that come from specialized plantations and forest woods that are compliant with INAFOR (National Forest Institute) standards.
Our imported woods come from the United States,
from fully sustainable sources.