Examples of timberland in a Sentence
the wildfire burned through a large swath of timberland
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In 2007, Weyerhaeuser had big plans in this area, even turning timberland into exurban developments.
The 172,000 acres of timberland, primarily in Valley, Boise and Adams County, were sold to the Wilks Brothers company last summer.
Gay blacks complained of dress codes banning Timberlands and sweatpants, of not being served in a timely manner at bars and of being stopped and asked for identification at clubs while white customers walked in unbothered.
The second tax connected to timberland is known as Severance Tax and is levied when the trees are cut down and again when they are turned into products by a mill.
By Li's current calculation, Alabama brings in around $46 million in taxes on the timberlands at $2 an acre.
In Alabama, timberland is classified as agricultural land and is therefore taxed at 10 percent.
Harvard is also looking to prune its $4 billion of timberland and other natural resource holdings, which are owned directly.
Weyerheauser describes itself as one of the world’s largest private owners of timberland, owning or controlling more than 13 million acres primarily in the U.S. and managing additional forests in Canada under long-term licenses.
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