second-growth timber

second-growth timber

Wood which has grown after a virgin forest has been cut down.
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A better choice might be to rebuild Civic using lumber from second-growth timber, of which there is a bountiful local supply.
One of the bigger developments occurred in May 2010, when the Forest Service pledged to move beyond old-growth logging and start managing Tongass for second-growth timber, begin restoring watersheds impacted by logging and support job creation in fishing, renewable energy, ariculture and tourism.
With almost 80% of the Company's annual private land logging now being done in second-growth stands, TimberWest leads the Coastal industry in the growing and harvesting of second-growth timber.
For example, a stand that contains 60 BFI of harvestable redwood timber may only contain 40 BFI of old-growth redwood, both uncut and residual, the remainder consisting of second-growth timber.
These laminated beams, marketed under the name Bohemia Glulam, offer the spans and strength characteristics of old-growth beams, but are made completely from second-growth timber resources.
International Paper sold its timberland to Roseburg in 1996), Iron Horse Logging of Florence, had clear-cut about 50 acres of nice second-growth timber right in the middle of what once was "the burn.
From the 1960s to 1986, its extensive second-growth timber had been clearcut in 40-acre blocks for conversion to pine.
Handy strongly opposes a plan being proposed by three of the state's congressmen, Democrats Peter DeFazio and Kurt Schrader and Republican Greg Walden, that would increase logging on second-growth timber stands on Bureau of Land Management property while protecting remaining old growth.
Industry was increasingly turning to the national forests for the timber to supply the mills until their replanted, second-growth timber is large enough to harvest.
The fire broke out a week ago Friday in steep terrain and second-growth timber about 40 miles southeast of Roseburg.
Timber from old-growth trees is somewhat lightweight, but the second-growth timber, besides being more prevalent these days, is heavier, harder, and stronger.
A wildfire in second-growth timber that was burning on steep terrain about 40 miles southeast of Roseburg had torched about 4,000 acres by Saturday night and was reported only 25 percent contained.