timberland

[tim-ber-land]
noun
land covered with timber-producing forests.

Origin:
1645–55, Americanism; timber + -land

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timberland (ˈtɪmbəˌlænd)
 
n
(US), (Canadian) land covered with trees grown for their timber

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Example sentences
Timberland now prints a detailed label for its shoes, noting on each pair the
  company's material and energy usage.
With crown closure, low-growing plants are lost due to shading, and the value
  of timberland to quail quickly declines.
Timberland owners were required to replant removed conifers where silvicultural
  treatments were conducted.
Commercial timberland can be used for repeated growing and harvesting of trees.
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