Atlantic white cedar

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slow-growing medium-sized cedar of east coast of the United States

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Fat, dwarf Atlantic white cedars (Chamaecyparis thyoides 'Heather Bun') enclose the 10-foot-wide dining area, while ornamental grasses, shrubs, and perennials define the 12-foot-wide seating space.
The second, 81 acres in Winchendon, contains a northern Atlantic white cedar swamp, one of only two known in Massachusetts.
A 1990 statewide inventory of Atlantic white cedar found no existing old-growth stands.
Atlantic white cedar at Penny Pond in Flanders County Park.
A preliminary chemical analysis of Atlantic white cedar bolewood from a Connecticut swamp-forest showed that Ca and Mg concentrations in the inner sapwood were notably higher than those in the immediately adjacent heartwood.
It can be used with the same non-grooved materials as the B-CLP1, but also includes Atlantic White Cedar.
Comprised mainly of pine, oak and maple forests, 470 acres of wetlands that includes an Atlantic white cedar swamp and flat grassland, FARNWR has identified and documented 40 vernal pools, over 650 plant species, 135 bird species, 25 mammals, 17 reptile species and 19 species of fish.
Atlantic white cedar once flourished along the coastal plains, but its numbers were drastically reduced by extensive drainage and logging.
The Fish and Wildlife Service's Albemarle/Pamlico Coastal Program in North Carolina is working with the Pocosin Lakes National Wildlife Refuge and North Carolina State University to restore an 18,000-acre (7,280-hectare) Atlantic white cedar (Chamaecyparis thyoides)/bald cypress (Taxodium distichum) bog.
In addition to the bird species for which it is being recognized, Cool Springs is also home to other plant and animal species of importance to North Carolina like the longleaf pine, the Atlantic white cedar, the eastern black bear and the fox squirrel.
Through AMERICAN FORESTS Global ReLeaf program we have been in the forefront of trying to repair some of the lesser-known ecosystems damaged by humans: from whitebark and longleaf pine to Atlantic white cedar.
the planting of 280,000 Atlantic white cedar, cypress, oak, and tupelo to reforest a 1,800-acre tract in Virginia's Great Dismal Swamp National Wildlife Refuge.
In New Jersey, 10,000 Atlantic white cedar will restore a hardwood swamp ravaged by wildfire, gypsy moths, and an unusual draught-frost sequence in Bass River State Forest, A second project promoting forest management activities will plant 32,000 shortleaf and pitch pine.
Today, it's recognized as home to black bear, bobcats, endangered species, and the threatened Atlantic white cedar.
On tours of its 58,000 acres of Maryland timberlands, Chesapeake's foresters also pointed with pride to the trees they chose not to cut--tracts with riverbottom cypress and Atlantic white cedar, islands of huge pines bordering salt marshes, and high banks overlooking some of the area's prettiest tidewater creeks.
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