(by the way, I used Google and found this in less then 10 secs).
As to wood merchants:
search this group. There are about 5 or 6 places to chose
among. Macbeath (not Mcbeath) is in SF and in Berkely. The SF
store carries rough lumber, the Berkely store carries
2S2 lumber. Both carry plywood. This question has
been answered about 5 or six times.
Handloggers is in Point Richmond, just past the
San Raphael Bridge and near the hwy. Good selection of
wood, but it tends to be picked over. They really
cater to their flooring business and not to
the furniture maker.
Also, can't but help to recommend a place for
A great place to learn woodworking skills. Also the
store in front (which is NOT affiliated with the
school) is Japan Woodworker, has great tools and
some wood. Also, depending on how far you want
to drive, Woodcraft sells lumber. I haven't been
to the store in Dublin, in quite sometime, but the
one in Santa Rosa has a wide selection of wood. And
is now carrying recycled timbers.