Frantz Smith and Freddie Tut talk about logwood, and the history of the tree in Belize. They do this at the Belize Botanic Gardens, which is the perfect spot.
"Watch the red dye flowing from Belize's logwood tree. Logwood grew in lowlands near rivers, lagoons and on the coast. These trees were readily found and cut down using axes and the bark was removed on-site. The logs were then chopped into small blocks which were piled along the rivers then transported in wagons or long yemeri or cedar pitpans to a central storehouse at the settlement at the mouth of the Belize River."