I'm new to woodburning (still preparing to install my insert) and have seen recommendations to buy firewood green and season it yourself, because it's cheaper than buying seasoned wood, and there's no question about what you're getting. I just bought a load of "seasoned" firewood that isn't really ready to burn -- moisture content is 30-50%. So, buying green next year seems like a good idea. Generally speaking, how much of the cost of seasoned firewood (when it's actually seasoned) is due to the seasoning? How much cheaper is green firewood? Besides curiosity about what I'll face next year, I'm trying to quantify how badly I've been ripped off.