Wildwood Eccentrics and JL
Wildwood Eccentrics came into being in 2000.
JL Halverstadt had worked for years in the lumber industry both as a logger and a broker. He saw what was becoming of the wood in the west that had built so many beautiful, historical structures ~ it was being pushed into a pile and burned!
As a native Montanan whose family homesteaded in the Flathead Valley, he saw the potential that antique wood possessed. He knew that he had the passion to show others what it could be used for , creating new structures in the west and beyond while helping to preserve its unique history.