I live in NY and tornados are rare, but the end of July brought an F2 tornado through my property ripping out (by the roots) a number of very large (150+ years) oaks, 2 large maples and a number of ash trees. Luckily, my house was spared any major damage (I guess I'm a better carpender than I thought, either that or it simply missed. I like to thing the former). I am however, now the proud owner of 200+ tons of burnable wood. The question is can I burn this wood in a Harmon Mark II, and what modifications do I have to make to the stove, pipes, damper etc.?
Any discussion would be helpful. Thanks
Just trying to lemonade out of oak leaves.
P.S. Some good fortune; a large number of poison sumac trees were spared.