[Homestead] "Forest" vs timber/lumber

Toni Hawryluk tonihawr at msn.com
Sat Sep 4 12:21:07 EDT 2004

> > Walter is *very* obviously
> >  *not* referring to "Forest*
> >  in any way, shape, or form,
> >  since that implies a variety of trees
> >  with their various levels of overstory, etc.
> > "useful" or not,
> > over *centuries*.

> Wrong Toni. Our forest have many layers and ages of trees, a great diversity of plants and animals. I suggest you learn about forestry so you'll be more informed for such a discussion. As it is you don't know what your talking about.

I beg to differ, Sir. But I used your reply
to another person to answer - I hope
you will read the two books I suggested.
If you haven't already ? But you might
describe to me which "layers" you are
'pointing' me toward, and I am very
interested in the plants and animals in
your part of the country. In a word -
well, two - "educate me". Thank you !

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