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(elm) any tree of the genus Ulmus ; Ulmus rubra is the slippery elm, the source of slippery elm bark.
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Although it is the state's largest, the hackberry wasn't quite big enough to surpass the largest recorded hackberry in Findlay, Ohio.
As part of a National Science Foundation grant, she found herself at the South Platte River near Sterling, Colorado, during the hot summer, where three full-grown hackberry trees were growing.
During the mid-1990s, I collected thousands of hackberry fruits from trees all across the Midwest.
Vegetation along this axis transitioned from areas dominated by oaks, alligator juniper, and manzanita (Arctostaphylos pungens) that loaded negatively on this axis to areas dominated by netleaf hackberry, Arizona sycamore, Acacia and Mimosa species, and other areas with high vegetation volume in the understory and midstory that loaded positively on this axis.
Cameron LNG is converting its existing receipt terminal in Hackberry, Louisiana to an export terminal with a view to commencing the commercial production of liquefied natural gas (LNG) in 2018.
Wayfaring Stranger | JAMES LEE BURKE: Readers may love Burke for his Detective Dave Robicheaux mysteries, but he has also recently penned a few entries in the Hackberry Holland series.
The export project, proposed at Sempra's existing Cameron LNG import terminal in Hackberry, LA, won approval earlier this year from the Department of Energy to export LNG, but needs permission from FERC before construction can begin.
Hackberry bark will not stop you in your tracks as does the dramatic, shiny red, peeling bark of paperbark maple or the ghostly white bark of lacebark pine.
Cameron LNG, LLC - Hackberry, Louisiana: Cameron LNG has applied to export up to 1,700 MCF/day for a 20-year period.
His idea of a good time is moving 67,000 yards of dirt, something he considers "a vacation every weekend," to create water control levees for duck habitat on his place on the coast at Hackberry, building wetlands with his marsh-buggy excavator.