So i cut down the evergreen ash tree that was too close to my house
So the evergreen ash (aka shamel ash, Fraxinus uhdei) tree that was a foot from my foundation (silly old owner) had to come down before it caused more damage to my already cracked garage slab. It was around 30' tall. Maybe 15 years old or so...(just guessing by counting rings here)
I had the guys leave me the largest chunks of the trunk. Now what do i do with it? It was a shame that I had to take it down...so in lieu of firewood, is this wood too young, small, etc. to use for woodworking projects? What's the best way to dry it? Is this tree similar to White Ash?
The largest most useable section is about 4.5' long 14-16" wide. Any advice will help!