I feel a jointer and planer would be useful tools to have available in the woodworking space.
If you're not familiar with the tools, typically a jointer allows one to establish one flat side and a planer is used to bring the opposite side parallel. There are other uses but these are the main ones.
It would allow members to purchase less expensive wood and straighten it themselves and recycle existing wood like in pallets. Although I would recommend a handheld security metal detecting wand to dummy proof the solution as nails ruin blades and replacements are not cheap.
I feel opening ourselves up to opportunities to make better use of inexpensive or free recycled wood would increase the popularity of woodworking in the space. Thoughts?