Examples of forestry in a Sentence
She studied forestry in college.
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From there, Andy Larsen completed a master's degree in forestry from the Yale School of Environmental Studies.
The main activities of the 147,400 inhabitants are agriculture, forestry and industry.
The number of farming, fishing and forestry workers in Ohio is small.
Doroshow’s clinic, citing U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics, notes that construction leads all sectors in the number of workplace deaths (although the rate is lower than for agriculture and forestry and other sectors).
At Biltmore, Pinchot and his successor established the first school of forestry in the United States.
At scouting’s start, merit badges were skewed toward skills that involved forestry and wilderness survival.
Interval funds typically invest in illiquid assets that aren’t listed on any exchanges, including commercial property such as vast farmland or forestry tracts, as well as private equity and business loans.
The land is too radioactive for farming, or hunting, or forestry, and transmission lines that were intended to send electricity from the Chernobyl nuclear power plant to the rest of Ukraine are already in place.
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This is the management of forested land, along with associated waters and wasteland, primarily for harvesting timber, but also for conservation and recreation purposes. The harvesting and replanting of timber are the primary activities of forestry, and the main objective is to maintain a continuous supply of timber through carefully planned harvest and replacement. The forest manager is also responsible for the application of other land controls, including the protection of wildlife and the protection of forests from weeds, insects, fungal diseases, erosion, and fire. The planned management of forests originated in early medieval Europe, where laws regulated the felling of timber and the use of forests for hunting. In 1891 the US government authorized its first reserves of forested land.
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