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[[Image:Kiba Lumberyard in 1933.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Kiba Lumberyard in [[Japan]], 1933]]
 
[[Image:Kiba Lumberyard in 1933.jpg|thumb|right|300px|Kiba Lumberyard in [[Japan]], 1933]]
'''Lumber''' is [[wood]] from a [[tree]] after felling, usually after being sawn from the felled log. Lumber is often used to refer to sized boards which are at least rough sawn. A [[lumberyard]] is a place where wood is prepared for sale. Lumber is used in the [[construction]] of buildings, homes, [[boat]]s, etc.  
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'''Lumber''' is [[wood]] from a [[tree]] after felling, usually after being sawn from the felled log. Lumber is often used to refer to sized boards which are at least rough sawn. A lumberyard is a place where wood is prepared for sale. Lumber is used in the [[construction]] of buildings, homes, [[boat]]s, etc.  
  
 
==Environmental Concerns==
 
==Environmental Concerns==

Revision as of 07:14, 27 February 2013

Kiba Lumberyard in Japan, 1933

Lumber is wood from a tree after felling, usually after being sawn from the felled log. Lumber is often used to refer to sized boards which are at least rough sawn. A lumberyard is a place where wood is prepared for sale. Lumber is used in the construction of buildings, homes, boats, etc.

Environmental Concerns

Excessive logging can have harmful effects on the environment and damage natural habitat. An environmentally friendly method of logging is selective logging.