OK, I am back after national holiday full weekend no-computer time.
My name used in vain?!
Not really. I too ask and get as many paper sacks as possible for small wood debris holding. Raked-up; scraped-up wood shed floor debris burns just fine paper sacked-up, and chucked into the bulk wood fueled Quadra-Fire wood stove.
Woven plastic sacks; and woven plastic fiber tarps I just do not store in, or intentionally buy anymore. They hold in just enough moisture to ruin what you are storing. Then withing one-two years leave you with a plastic strands mess to try and clean up. Can’t burn this without a melted stinking mess. So must be land-filled disposed of. Very, very, expensive carbons sequestering!
I do save the solid plastic poly bagging and one-use (baby diapers, cat litter box, elder pee-pads); or use one-two years, or more for keep rains/snows off coverings. At least black or clear poly “tarps” are easy to pick up, roll/wad-up, and dispose of.
Ha! Ha! Of course J.O.'s rib-dig at me was that ALL of that inside wood loss moisture did not inside just disappear. Went into the inside air and absorbed into everything porous stored inside of that space.
In-room wood stove’ing you just air vapor pump all of that up, and out, the wood stove’s chimney! In-room air replenishing with lower relative humidity, outside air.
Do much wood drying down in your vehicle garage J.O., just add a trash-wood stove burner to humidity pump-out, and heat up the wifie’s car for those early winter mornings drive-aways. She will thank you.
Ha! Another wood-fire to feed and attend to! A labor of love.
Love your woods; and they will reward you back
tree-farmer Steve unruh