History Illuminated – October 2017

Black Locust Split Rails in October 2017

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EmBark                      October, 2017

A Place in History

Bark House Split Rail Fencing enjoys a “place in history”.  You can walk in over a dozen parks (ten of which are maintained by the National Park Service) to see the artisan work of highland craftsmen.

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The Campfire and Other Deeply Held Stories Illuminated

Ask people how the National Park system got started and they will probably tell you a story about Theodore Roosevelt and John Muir sitting together around a campfire under the skies of Yosemite, deciding it would be so.  The campfire story is concrete, relatable and resonates with a rugged independent spirit.  The visual of this great idea – starting as a glowing ember, growing into a whirling flame – the smoke rising toward the star lit sky above, is very appealing.  For the public hungry for a clear image and a quick soundbite, this is a good marketing piece. But that clandestine event took place decades after national parks had been in existence.  As the founding story, it is not true.

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Podcast with The Carol Sanford Institute

Regenerative Work


Listen to Marty and Chris McCurry as they speak at the Regenerative Summit about certifications and with Carol Sanford about Bark House® as a Regenerative Business.

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