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The place fixed on for the stand-shooting was not far above a stream in a little aspen copse.
The sun was setting behind a thick forest, and in the glow of sunset the birch trees, dotted about in the aspen copse, stood out clearly with their hanging twigs, and their buds swollen almost to bursting.
Levin said to himself, noticing a wet, slate-colored aspen leaf moving beside a blade of young grass.
And then she told us the old legend that the cross on which the Saviour of the world suffered was made of aspen poplar wood and so never again could its poor, shaken, shivering leaves know rest or peace.
In a like manner, in Siberia, we have woods of birch, fir, aspen, and larch, growing in a latitude [10] (64 degs.
This same bark also grows in furrowed ridges at the bottom of the trunks of older aspens.
In the West, aspens string south along the Rockies into northern Mexico.
Aspens do not generally grow in shade themselves, but the seral aspens provide shade for young conifers, which are a shade-tolerant species.
We held aspen in high regard because we knew that if we could tie our fireline into a grove of aspens, they would act as a firebreak.
Relationship Marks the Start of a New Era of Green Partnerships at Aspen Skiing Company
Aspen Skiing Company has selected Green Mountain Coffee Roasters to be the "Official Coffee of Aspen/Snowmass," as well as its newest Resort Partner.
Aspen Skiing Company and Green Mountain Coffee Roasters have both received accolades for their commitment to sustainability in their respective industries.
SiteScape(R), the premier provider of affordable Web-based enterprise collaboration, today announced that Aspen Systems Corporation, a leading provider of outsourcing and strategic solutions for federal government, state and local entities and the private sector, has successfully built a model for client collaboration using SiteScape Enterprise Forum.
Responding to the needs of its clients, many of which have geographically disparate employee bases, Aspen Systems turned to SiteScape Enterprise Forum to provide an environment that could streamline communication between members of different groups across Aspen's client base, both government and commercial.
SiteScape allowed us to provide our clients with capabilities such as threaded discussion, search and document tracking that create a new dynamic in the way our clients can communicate across their large enterprises," said Paresh Majethia, Information Systems Manager at Aspen Systems Corporation.