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  • n. Plural form of woodlot.


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  • The Green Party of B.C. platform also calls for the government to "promote smaller scale forest tenures such as woodlots and community forests, promote selective logging and investment in value-added wood industries."

    Kootenay Rockies - News

  • By connecting hedgerows, brushy fence rows and ditch banks to areas such as woodlots and grasslands, landowners can create a network of habitats, making the land more attractive to birds and other wildlife.

    High Plains Journal

  • I know several wind-swept woodlots that are chickless all winter, but are freely used at all other seasons.

    Bird Cloud

  • In Montana, a hunter wouldn't think of elk hunting without a survival kit, but are conditions in Eastern woodlots that different?

    Back-Forty Survival

  • When I am hunting woodlots, I use 3 inch mags in #4 shot for a browning ...

    What size shot is best for turkeys?

  • They should also develop and promote environmental protection and conservation activities, such as planting woodlots and undertaking reforestation programs in tandem with local governments and environmental authorities.

    Erin Patrick: When War Stops, the Impact on the Environment Lives On

  • Scarsdale's Parks, Recreation and Conservation Department oversees four pools, 26 tennis courts, five playing fields, 10 parks and the Weinberg Nature Center that includes 10 acres of meadows, fruit orchards, woodlots, swamps and trails.

    Scarsdale, the Definition of a Leafy Suburb

  • It was buttressed by strong points, concentrations of soldiers and weapons in woodlots or higher ground where they could fight from even more sturdy positions.

    The Gun

  • At first Emerson offered them one of his new woodlots on Walden Pond, but eventually the family settled on a run-down house for sale by Horatio Cogswell, a wheelwright.

    Louisa May Alcott

  • With the rise of environmental history and ecocriticism, several new readings of this matter began to emerge, showing Thoreau to be both a philosopher and an analyst of ecological patterns in fields and woodlots.

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