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.
By Li's current calculation, Alabama brings in around $46 million in taxes on the timberlands at $2 an acre.
Investors paid $115,000 for 79 acres of timberland off Paul Road in the Rabun area of north Baldwin County, according to Herrington Realty, who represented the seller.
Potlatch and Deltic are big timberland owners and lumber manufacturers.
Near Enumclaw, Washington, firefighters are attacking a 1-square-mile (2.6-square-kilometer) wildfire that is threatening the watershed for the city of Tacoma as well as industrial timberland.
The rest of the 10 biggest landowners in the United States are owners of timberland.
That global portfolio, which includes timberland and vineyards, was long a meaningful contributor to the endowment’s returns and was valued at roughly $4 billion a year ago.
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