Furniture making -- Sustainability, Wood products -- Oregon
Interview of Marc Gaudin by Amber Kinter at The Joinery, Portland, Oregon on August 8th, 2006.
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Marc Gaudin moved to Portland, Oregon in 1982, and started The Joinery, "Build Tomorrow's Antiques Today." He was born in Lancaster, Pennsylvannia, earned a BA from the University of Montana, and worked as a firefighter for the US Forest Service for ten years before embarking on his furniture building venture.
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Kinter, Amber, "Interview with Marc Gaudin, 2006 (audio)" (2006). Sustainability History Project. http://archives.pdx.edu/ds/psu/10743