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Here in Alaska, many moose hunters frequent old burned timber stands, and these are littered with dead small trees and debris that can damage an ATV pretty easily if you’re not careful.

Six ways to make your ATV even more ruggedBy Tyler Freel/Outdoor LifeSeptember 17, 2020Popular Science

His bill died after the timber industry opposed defunding the institute.

In a story published in June, the three news organizations found that the state’s largest timber companies received billions of dollars in tax cuts since the 1990s.

It also would reinstate timber severance taxes, which are based on the value of the trees that are logged.

At the same time a surge in home renovations and do-it-yourself home projects during the pandemic—just look at the earnings of Home Depot and Lowe’s—and rebounding home construction have increased the demand for timber.

More importantly, this seemingly impracticable ship was built by using massive quantities of timber that were probably imported from Lebanon, as Egypt didn’t have many forests to boast of.

This portage lies over an open pine ridge, from which the timber has been chiefly burned.

It was quite a large town, the houses being built substantially of timber, thatched with palm leaves.

One great bug bear of the prairies was formerly the scarcity of timber.

The History of PeruHenry S. Beebe

Through the timber ahead of them came the sweet clear notes of a bugle.

PathfinderAlan Douglas


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