Last Spring I cut down 21 maples, so I have plenty of that and I burn mostly oak up at our lake place for campfire cooking so I brought some of that home too. One neighbor has a mulberry tree that overhangs my lot and it trashed the place with berries this year, so I trimmed the limbs back to the fenceline and another neighbors kids climbed and broke a cherry tree in their back yard and I was told that I could have it and a guy 2 doors down from me has a crabapple tree with a big limb that stuck out in the way so I inherited that too. I gathered up a stack of 20 gallon plastic storage tubs with lids, took my power mitre saw out back and started cutting wood. I filled a tub each of fist sized chunks of oak, maple, apple, crabapple, mulberry and cherry. And I'm negotiating with a neighbor to cut down and bring me some hickory from his Dad's farm.