yellow cedar


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yellow cedar

[′yel·ō ′sēd·ər]
(materials)
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Western red cedar and yellow cedar have also been included in decking tests in Wisconsin and Mississippi (Kirker et al.
Yellow cedar is one of the world's most durable woods, making it ideal for carving, joinery and carpentry.
Southeast Alaska is home to one of the word's largest coastal temperate rainforests with virgin stands of native species like Sitka spruce, western hemlock, and red and yellow cedar.
Suspended near the cedar mat is a giant spinning whorl carved from a piece of yellow cedar as well as an intricate blanket designed and woven by Chief Janice George and a team of Squamish women weavers.
Alaska yellow cedar has long been a favorite wood of the Pacific Northwest, but the biggest fans--and importers--of yellow cedar logs are from Japan.
They say extracts from incense cedar, western redcedar, Alaskan yellow cedar, western juniper, and Port Orford cedar destroyed the organism's spores and inhibited fungal cell growth.
They would be made out of fiberglass or plastic, not yellow cedar and canvas.
If neither is modelled on a traditional native instrument, both are constructed from yellow cedar with copper inlay using traditional methods, and both depict an eagle for the sun and Sarastro and a moon for the Queen of the Night.
An earth-toned, radiant-heated concrete floor, yellow cedar joinery and anigre panelling warm the interior.
The stage is covered with Alaskan yellow cedar, and it's made to resonate sound itself,'' Percin said.
Forest Giants of the Pacific Coast, by Robert Van Pelt (Global Forest Society/University of Washington Press, $35), leads off with the giant sequoia and the coastal redwood, but then concisely describes and discusses 18 other western giants, among them the Jeffrey pine, western hemlock, and yellow cedar.
For the project, the Forest Service provided monetary assistance and made Alaska yellow cedar trees available from Forest Service land.