Black Locust — American Teak
Why not get black locust from the people who know it best? 
After all, we were the ones who created 
the new buzz about this wood. From New York City to Wildwood, NJ, we have been promoting black locust as an alternative to destructive tropical hardwoods for outdoor applications — especially for boardwalks and benches — for over a decade.
Now dozens of architects are specifying locust, there are thousands of people commenting on wood lists across the country, and New York City is using it for benches, boardwalks and bridges.
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8-year old black locust bench, New York City Parks Department.
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