tree farm

  1. a forest (or part of a forest) where trees are grown for commercial use
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  • Family forest landowners (often known as tree farmers) take pride in managing their lands.
  • The American Tree Farm System is a program of the American Forest Foundation's Center for Family Forests, a nonprofit conservation and education organization.
  • The plantation-style tree farm, founded in 1955, started moving truck trailers loaded with trees on railroad flatcars in 1988.
  • While some of it is recycled and a tiny amount is made of easily renewable sources like hemp, most paper products are made from wood pulp - trees that have been logged from private tree farms and public lands.
  • Such efforts were to be pursued through the application of agroforestry, tree farming, and soil conservation technologies.
  • And, our cellulose is sourced from renewable tree farms. A New Twist On Cleaning The Kitchen
  • Like other Pescadero residents, willow-tree farmer Neil Curry lives in a low-lying area adjacent to the marsh, land diked generations ago to hold back the wetlands. Tiny Town Is Awash in Water Woes
  • Atrazine is mainly applied to corn and soybean crops, but is also used on sorghum, sugarcane, pineapple, turf grass, and Christmas tree farms.
  • In this paper, the preliminary study on prevention and control technique of forest rat harm in Saihanba Mechanised Tree farm and Yudaokou Ranch of northern of Hebei was made.
  • The Prince had been staying at Yew Tree Farm, Rosthwaite, where he also stayed during his last visit to the county.
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