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white pine

the dried inner bark of Pinus strobus, used as an ingredient in cough syrups.
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The village is pursuing a nearly $8 million project to replace parts of White Pines' aging water system.
After Polli filed suit, White Pines requested coverage under its comprehensive general liability coverage with Penn-America.
The Monarch white pine tree in Hartwick Pines State Park is a mere echo of its former self, yet the word "Monarch" still resonates with those who "knew it when."
Western white pines (Pinus monticola) once dominated this landscape, an endless grove of tall perfectly straight trees, and to a logger's eyes, perfectly suited for harvest.
The second program at Dorena, the white pine blister rust research, addresses a bigger problem, as white pines - and the blister rust - are spread throughout the United States.
-- A mutated fungus is infecting white pine forests in parts of New Hampshire, according to a U.S.
Including artificial pruning in an integrated approach to managing sugar pine can contribute to maintaining a broad genetic base, given the success of pruning in this study and in other white pines (Lehrer 1982; O'Hara, Parent, et al.
The dry weather even gave them the opportunity to clear more land, and smoldering stumps of white pine, maple, and birch trees littered the newly cleared parched landscape for much of the summer and early fall.
We were talking in the family den of two friends, Bob and Louise, after a ceremony that Wilf and Cliff had given for the loss of a forest, one of the last patches of old-growth white pines in the Ottawa-Outaouais area (lower Ottawa River region).
By allowing clear-cutting, the Forest Service is impeding restoration of native white pines lost during the lumber-baron era a century ago.
The beetle attacks and kills lodge-pole, ponderosa, sugar and western white pines, and outbreaks can kill millions of trees each year.