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"Ron Light, of Lighthouse Woodworking, has contributed to an article on the Redfin Blog"
Ron Light has contributed a paragraph titled "Safety First" to the article "Tips for Creating the Ultimate Indoor Workshop".

"Hardwood expert Criswell Davis gives TED Talk, says hardwoods improve health"
Internationally recognized American hardwood consultant and speaker Crisswell Davis gave an independently-organized TEDx Talk on the symbiotic relationship human beings have with trees, which he says improves wellbeing. Above is a link to the article and video hosted on the Woodworking Network.

"Ron Light, of Lighthouse Woodworking, mentioned in 'Serving 2.0 - Veterans in the Urban Forest'"
Ron Light, co-owner of Lighthouse Woodworking, is mentioned in the new Va. Dept. of Forestry publication, "Serving 2.0 - Veterans in the Urban Forest," which is now available on the Dept. of Forestry website as a downloadable PDF.

"Local family to shed light on how solar systems work"
Ron and Beth Light, the owners of Lighthouse Woodworking, will open their home and business on Oct. 20 to anyone who wants to see how a solar electricity system functions.

"Frame maker, Peter Miller includes 7 Northern Virginian Wood Artistans in Berryville Showroom"
The P. H. Miller Studio, frame-makers in Berryville, VA has reorganized the showroom to include an exhibit area devoted, in addition to the frames and decor objects made at the studio, to the art of Virginian Woodworkers.

"Featured Craftsman: Ron Light -Lighthouse Woodworking"
Ron Light authored a blog on the process of building furniture for the Amuse Art Fair, which took place on Saturday, May 21, 2016. It is reprinted here.

"Retired colonels maintain old connections, pursue new dreams"
An article on www.army.mil details cooperative milling operation between Ron Light, Owner of Lighthouse Woodworking, Russell "Rusty" Sears of Red Jake Farm and Mill, and Mark Loring, of the Winchester City Planning Commission.

"Ex-Army Corps commander undertakes tree-planting project"
An article originally in The Winchester Star details the planting of 2,200 hardwood trees - walnut, maple, red oak, poplar - around Ron Light's home.