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“OUR WAY LED THROUGH OCCASIONAL STANDS OF OLD-GROWTH forest but mostly wound through second-growth that had sprung up in old burns or patches where gulf storms had laid down swaths of timber.”
“A long-abandoned city covered with second-growth forest lay across spring-swollen waters.”
“According to a Los Angeles Times article of 8/25, A Tale of Grape versus Redwood, the response by Sonoma County Wine Grape Commission President, Nick Frey, to the query of "why there?" was: "It's an area of second-growth trees and the whole area, the wine industry here in Sonoma County, has been growing.”
“Set in an idyllic landscape that includes second-growth forest, pasture land and even a retired orchard, this converted dairy barn is sure to charm its inhabitants with its rustic character without robbing them of the conveniences of contemporary living.”
“Beyond that stood a piece of property covered with second-growth forest.”
“In the distance, along the purple hills of Skyline that divided the valley from the ocean, second-growth redwoods were topping their heads.”
“In the late 1980s, University of Idaho scientist James Johnson found two worms in a second-growth forest near Moscow.”
“Clos du Marquis, the second wine of the second-growth property, Ch â teau L é oville-Las Cases in Saint-Julien, is perhaps the most famous example, having first been produced in 1902.”
“Thoreau embarked on a two-year experiment in simple living on July 4, 1845, when he moved to a small self-built house on land owned by Emerson in a second-growth forest around the shores of Walden Pond.”
“We were soon in presence of the King, where -- under the shade of a clump of second-growth poplar-trees, with which nearly all the farms in the north of France are here and there dotted -- the presentation was made in the simplest and most agreeable manner.”
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