wood lot

noun
a tract, especially on a farm, set aside for trees.
Also, woodlot.


Origin:
1635–45, Americanism

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The open area and increased edge area along the wood lot margins will allow for
  the growth of shrubs and non-woody plants.
The owner of a wood lot was not the statutory employer of a logger's employee.
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  the orchard adjacent to a wood lot.
Manage a local wood lot on or near school property with the help of the local
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