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A carpenter glues pieces of redwood together to form a countertop.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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Constuction Workers work on new homes in a newly developed part of Lincoln, Nebraska.

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A “tipi burner” burns scrap wood at a lumber mill near Canmore, Alberta, Canada.

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Clear-cut hillsides are burned off near the timber town of Paragominas, Brazil on the Amazon River.

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Once a lush tropical rainforest, smoldering clear-cuts and dirt roads with timber trucks define the timber town of Paragominas in the Brazilian Amazon.

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As the clearcuts are burned off, a boy runs with a kit nearthe timber town of Paragominas, Brazil on the Amazon River.

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Once a lush tropical rainforest, smoldering clear-cuts and dirt roads with timber trucks define the timber town of Paragominas in the Brazilian Amazon.

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As the clearcuts are burned off, a boy runs with a kite near the timber town of Paragominas in the Brazilian Amazon.

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Scrap wood from a timber mill in Paragominas, Brazil, is burned to make cooking charcoal in beehive-shaped kilns.

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Scrap wood from the timber mill in Paragominas, Brazil, is burned to make cooking charcoal in beehive-shaped kilns.

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Scrap wood from the timber mill in Paragominas, Brazil, is burned to make cooking charcoal in beehive-shaped kilns.

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