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  • n. Plural form of timberland.


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  • These sales include properties that were classified as timberlands or higher and better use. Home Page

  • We're actively working to sell our remaining 500,000 acres of timberlands, which is a profitable operation and represents an important source of additional value.


  • Weak softwood sawlog markets and relatively large inventories of softwood pulpwood and chips is also expected to result in uncertainties in regard to the level of activity on Fraser Papers Inc. 's Crown licensed timberlands which is managed by Acadian, reducing the contribution from these management services to Acadian's net income.

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  • A carnival should be all growls, roars like timberlands stacked, bundled, rolled and crashed, great explosions of lion dust, men ablaze with working anger, pop bottles jangling, horse brasses shivering, engines and elephants in full stampede through rains of sweat while zebras neighed and trembled and like cage trapped in cage.

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  • Mr. McGillivray's office of eight people in the timberlands of southern Oregon manages the commodities investments of small investors and funnels them into large clearing firms like MF Global.

    Purgatory for MF Global Customers

  • When I was a kid growing up in southern West Virginia I could buy a permit for ten dollars that gave me access to a couple hundred thousand acres of Westvaco and GP timberlands.

    What Happened to Squirrel Hunting?

  • A Seattle-based company called Foraged & Found has made a full-time business out of combing public and private timberlands in the Pacific Northwest for edible delicacies.

    Forest-to-Table is Latest Twist in 'Eat Local' Movement

  • It was, all in all, an astonishing collision of native interests and antagonisms, all jammed together by fiat of Congress on the rolling plains and timberlands north of the Red River.


  • According to historian Douglas Brinkley, Roosevelt believed that "saving natural wonders, wildlife species, timberlands and diverse habitats was a patriotic endeavor."

    Mike Matz: Celebrate National Public Lands Day!

  • He wrote about the strategy of removing decadent timber from timberlands, owned by timber companies or the government though not from parks, to make way for young trees:

    Can you tell the difference between sustainable lumber and clear cut lumber? | The Greenwash Brigade | Marketplace from American Public Media


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