• Filter Products

Bamboo, Organic Gardening and Sustainable Remodeling

​If you’ve ever wanted to try your hand at organic gardening, you’ll be able to do so this summer!
Three courses are offered by Grow Portland, each being held at the Menlo Park School Garden, 12900 N.E. Glisan St., East Portland. 

“Hankering to Learn Organic Gardening?” by Steve Law, Portland Tribune – Source: www.portlandtribune.com
The courses will cover everything from crop planning to soil and bed preparation and seeding/irrigation to fruits, herbs and seed saving–and more. Grow Portland is a local nonprofit dedicated to increasing opportunities for urban gardening. Charges for the courses are listed as “pay as you will.” 

For information and, to register, please visit:  www.growportland.org/summerclasses and 
www.growportland.org.

If you’re remodeling with thoughts of sustainability, strand woven bamboo is for you. Recently listed by HGTV as one of the “8″ flooring trends, bamboo has now become the preferred flooring for offices and homes. Technically a grass, it becomes hard when dried, sometimes even harder than hardwood! It’s beautiful, durable, while still respecting the environment.  Because of technological advances, you can now get bamboo in most hardwood looks, from the familiar maple and walnut, to the more exotic Tigerwood.

We boast proudly that all EcoFusion bamboo products qualify for credits under the LEED (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design) Green Building Rating System. The system was set up by the U.S. Green Building Council, and is considered the benchmark for environmentally friendly products in the United States. 

At EcoFusion, we’re all about green living. In fact, our name says it all, because we blend renewable and recyclable products from the earth, such as strandwoven bamboo and compressed wood and then “fuse” them to develop innovative flooring.

If you are looking for bamboo flooring, check out our strandwoven bamboo at EcoFusion. We have dealers throughout the United States.