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fat·wood

 (făt′wo͝od′)
n. Chiefly Southern US

fatwood

(ˈfætˌwʊd)
n
(Botany) dialect US any wood used for kindling, esp the resinous wood from the stump of a pine tree. Also called: lightwood
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In addition to its environmentally conscious programs, Plow & Hearth also offers practical, eco-friendly products for composting, and pest control, energy-saving insulated curtains and fatwood made from pine stump waste and more.
Huge trucks trundle into the capital each day, stacked high with firewood, fatwood, and mounds of charcoal sacks.
Throw in Fatwood Starterstix ($5 for 14), kindling cut from the naturally flammable, sap-laden stumps and cores of fallen pine trees, and you're sure to have the cleanest-burning and most-politically correct fireplace on the block.
And WorldWise has made starting that blaze easier - and more environmentally friendly - with its Fatwood StarterStix, which is cut from reclaimed and renewable wood.
In addition to its environmentally conscious programs, Plow & Hearth also offers practical, eco-friendly products for composting and pest control, energy-saving insulated curtains and fatwood made from pine stump waste and more.
There's the Cat Scratcher, an ingenious device for cats made from recycled corrugated cardboard and infused with certified organic catnip; the Eco-Planter(TM), perfect for indoor or outdoor gardening; Fatwood StarterStix(TM), a fire starter that is free of chemicals and salvaged from discarded sap-filled stumps; packaged certified organic catnip, and fast-growing natural oat grass for cats.
Complementing its efforts on behalf of forests, Plow & Hearth offers practical, eco-friendly products for composting and pest control as well as energy-saving insulated curtains, fatwood made from pine stump waste and many other environmentally responsible products.