Starting as a sawmill on a small farm in upstate New York, we appreciate the impact of local communities. We gladly support and share in the growth of the communities we operate within across all seven of our locations in NY and PA.
Gutchess Lumber’s Forest 2 Home partnered with MTV to be part of the inaugural Mental Health Action Day and to address the global mental health crisis amid the continued struggle of the military and veteran community.
Established to support students in good academic standing enrolled full-time in the ESF Sustainable Construction Management and Engineering Department, with a demonstrated interest in hardwood utilization. Preference is given to candidates from, or planning to work in, Central New York.
The Gutchess Family Fund was established to support deserving students by Neil B. Gutchess ’55 and the Gutchess family owners of Gutchess Lumber in Cortland, NY.
The Town of Cortlandville swapped the largely unused 6-acre Citizens Park for 100 acres of land owned by Gutchess Lumber.
With the donation of Gutchess Lumber’s premium hardwood lumber, the Cortland County Chamber of Commerce was able to adorn three walls in their new office space on Main Street.
Gutchess Lumber donated hardwood to Homer Elementary so students they could build birdhouses. Their work was then displayed in the GLC headquarters in Cortland, NY.
Gutchess Lumber made a contribution to help make it possible for Pennsylvania College of Technolofy in Williamsport to purchase the kiln so students could learn first hand about kiln drying with a state of the art kiln.