What Is It Called to Remove All the Trees in a Stand of Timber?

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When you clear or remove all the trees within a boundary lines of a piece of land it is called clearcutting. The boundary or piece of land is considered the stand of timber.
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This is known as clearcutting all the trees are cut within the stand. the stand represents all trees within the boundry of the land owners claim a stand of timber would be all the
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Clear-cut.
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