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wood·lot

or wood lot  (wo͝od′lŏt′)
n.
A usually private area used for growing trees, especially for building material or fuel.

woodlot

(ˈwʊdˌlɒt)
n
(Forestry) an area restricted to the growing of trees. Also called (esp Canadian): bush lot
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On his left were a stone wall and a gate, the boundary of a woodlot, beyond which lay an orchard, farther still, a mowing field, and last of all, a house.
Instead of only being able to see out the windows, I could see right through the walls, offering me great visibility of the woodlot where my blind was set and the large alfalfa field adjacent to the woodlot.
Caption: Reggie Wageman works on hauling logs from the woodlot.
Henry Kernan first wrote in the Conservationist of managing his woodlot in 1967.
Students in an entrepreneurship class harvested grapevines from edges of the new woodlot.
We have three different planting areas for the trees such as dense planting, woodlot planting and the evergreen planting.
It, along with other items Dad chose not to have in the house, was stored in a shed out in the woodlot.
HOW TO MAXIMIZE THE BENEFITS you derive from your small woodlot is the subject of The Woodlot Homestead by Brett McLeod, who looks beyond timber and firewood to cover a multitude of other, often overlooked, benefits including livestock forage, fence posts, and raw materials for crafting.
The book opens with a chapter on evaluating options for the woodlot, followed by chapters on tools, animals and livestock on the woodlot and silvopasturing, coppice forestry, building fences and barns, harvesting fruit, honey and syrup, and harvesting nuts, berries, and mushrooms.
The author cites Kareiva's optimism regarding the reshuffling of ecologies: "If you live to be 50," he is quoted as saying, "one out of two species you saw in your back woodlot will have been swapped out for a different species--but the number of species would not have declined.
In a different submission, the Scottish Woodlot Association this week made the economic case for forestry management to be completely devolved to Scotland.