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Northern Woodlands | The Outside Story | Increasing the Value of a ...
Increasing the Value of a Penny. February 18, 2008. by Ned Swanberg. image. Illustration by Adelaide Tyrol. Counting trees accurately is an essential skill ...
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Northern Woodlands - Clearing the Air: Outdoor Wood Boilers Face ...
Mar 1, 2008 ... EPA-certified woodstoves, by contrast, run from 68 to 72 percent, obviously much better. The efficiency of the Garn outdoor boiler, ...
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Northern Woodlands - What Is the Difference Between Red Knots and ...
Mar 1, 2008 ... Except in specialty products like “knotty pine” paneling and cabinetry, knots are typically considered to be undesirable defects in wood. ...
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Northern Woodlands - The Root of the Problem
You rush outside (with your Kevlar umbrella) and discover an army of Jig Sawflies, their carbide blades freshly sharpened, finishing off the stump at ground ...
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Northern Woodlands | Editor's Blog | Cell Phone Reception in Rural ...
Cell Phone Reception in Rural Vermont. image. Photo courtesy of Bad Cell. February 20, 2009. by Stephen Long. As far as I can tell, there is no cell phone ...
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Northern Woodlands - Hunting Camp
Sep 10, 2008 ... Steve McLeod hunts out of two different camps in north-central Vermont. He says that while the focus of the camps is on hunting and fishing, ...
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Northern Woodlands - What Is the Difference Between Sapwood and ...
And, the relative amounts of sapwood and heartwood in any stem can vary greatly among individuals, species, and growing conditions. ...
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Northern Woodlands - What Is the Difference Between Sapwood and ...
And, the relative amounts of sapwood and heartwood in any stem can vary greatly among individuals, species, and growing conditions. ...
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Northern Woodlands - What Is the Difference Between Sapwood and ...
Sapwood is the living, outermost portion of a woody stem or branch, while heartwood is the dead, inner wood, which often comprises the majority of a stem’s ...
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Northern Woodlands - The Thunderstorm Mill: Making Lumber the Old ...
Mar 1, 2008 ... The Robinson Mill, built in 1803 in Calais, Vermont, still uses water power to saw lumber – one of the few in the region that can. ...
 
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