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Slash Pine
The Tree The Slash Pine grows rapidly and is one of the most important and profitable of our southern yellow pines The name "slash" is given the tree
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admin 31 0 1 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Longleaf Pine
The Tree The Longleaf Pine is one of the outstanding pines of the southern forests and one of the four southern yellow pines. It is a straight tree
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admin 30 0 2 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Jack Pine
The Tree The Jack Pine is generally considered an inferior species. However, it is gradually growing into commercial importance as stands of the hig
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12-03-2022 12:05
admin 9 0 0 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Shortleaf Pine
The Tree Shortleaf Pine is one of the four most important hard pines of the southeastern states. It resembles Ponderosa Pine because of its cinnamon
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admin 9 0 0 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Virginia Pine
The Tree Virginia Pine is a tree similar in shape to Jack Pine with long branches, more or less ragged, and a flat straggly open top with usually a c
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admin 18 0 0 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Pitch Pine
The Tree Pitch Pine is one of the smaller hard pines, attaining a height of 40 to 70 feet with a trunk diameter of from 12 to 30 inches. Usually it
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12-03-2022 12:04
admin 19 0 1 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Loblolly Pine
The Tree The Loblolly Pine is also known as a Southern Yellow Pine and one of the four commercially important pines of the deep southeast. It is fou
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admin 25 0 2 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Lodgepole Pine
The Tree The Lodgepole Pine is a straight tree from 60 to 150 feet tall and 12 to 86 inches in diameter, and grows from low elevations in the north
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admin 17 0 1 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Ponderosa Pine
The Tree This stately monarch of the forest attains a height of 125 to 280 feet and a diameter of from three to seven feet. It grows in open stands
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12-03-2022 12:03
admin 25 0 2 Wood
American Woods
The Softwoods - Conifers
Pine
Red Pine
The Tree The Red Pine is a medium sized pine 60 to 80 feet high and 2 to 8 feet in diameter. It is characterized by its long, straight, clean trunk
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Recent files

ID T Name
641 Two Inside Calipers
Attribution: Glenn McKechnie, CC BY-SA 3.0 , via Wikimedia Commons
Source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/c/c3/InsideCalipers.jpg
640 Old Woodworking Tools
639 Old Tools
637 Spokeshave
The spokeshave refining the form and edge of a wood billet.
Reference: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/30/Utilisation_d%27un_wabstringue_-_Mobilier_National.jpg
Source: https://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/commons/3/30/Utilisation_d%27un_wabstringue_-_Mobilier_National.jpg
634 Pronunciation En Plane
Source: https://forvo.com/word/plane/#en
633 Shopsmith Logo
631 State Trees Map
A list of the state trees along with a graphic map.
Reference: From an educators website "Exploring Nature".
Source: https://www.exploringnature.org/db/view/State-Trees
629 Bigtooth Aspen Buds
Bigtooth Aspen bud
Reference: Photograph by Christopher Burnett
Source: https://fineartamerica.com/
628 Fort Edmonton Park
623 Populus Grandidentata (Michaux)
Bigtooth Aspen, Populus Grandidentata (Michaux)
Source: www.starhillforest.com

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