Like most of our customers, we are committed to sustainability. It’s a term we apply to every aspect of our business, from our work culture to the raw materials we use. That’s why we take particular care in sourcing the hardwood, leather and fabrics used to produce our furniture.
Success at Thos. Moser begins in the forests from which we carefully harvest our wood. Our pieces are made from North American hardwoods, including predominately black cherry from the Allegany Plateau, as well as Walnut from the riverbanks of Missouri. North American hardwoods are naturally renewable, which means that no planting of seeds is required and natural regeneration follows selective harvesting. According to the U.S. Forest Service, black cherry, along with most other Appalachian hardwoods, is growing faster than it is being harvested. Less than 60 percent of net new growth is harvested annually.