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wood-database.com/wood-articles Poplar, Cottonwood, and Aspen: What’s What? by Eric Meier

articles.extension.org Poplar (Populus spp.) Trees for Biofuel Production

In North America, eastern cottonwood (Populus deltoides) and western black cottonwood (P. trichocarpa) are two common poplar species (Fig 2). Eastern cottonwood (P. deltoides) has a wide distribution in the eastern U.S. and Canada, and western black cottonwood (P. trichocarpa) is found in the western U.S., Canada, and Alaska (Fig. 3).

The “cottonwood” species, as opposed to other poplars like the aspens, have received the most attention for energy tree farms because of their propensity to interbreed and their ability to reproduce from dormant hardwood stem cuttings. These characteristics allow for rapid, economical propagation and deployment of new, fast-growing hybrids. The “cottonwood” poplars are bred as interspecies hybrids and managed as clones. These clones can be used to establish hybrid poplar tree farms in most of the U.S. where there is sufficient water. Research is also being done to find hybrid varieties that grow well in the alkaline soils of the arid and semi-arid regions of the intermountain West

ashridgetrees.co.uk/gardening-advice Poplar & Willow Biomass Planting

permies.com/t/10609 Alder and nitrogen fixation-only native tree west of Rockies that does it

csfs.colostate.edu/colorado-trees Colorado’s Major Tree Species

permies.com/t/5978 the value of alder (Alnus glutinosa)

citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc Biomass production in the Central Great Plains USA under various coppice regimes

fs.fed.us/database Alnus incana

extension.colostate.edu/docs Front Range Tree Recommendation List

thetreefarm.com article Legend American Linden Tilia americana 'Legend'

thetreefarm.com/honeylocust Imperial® Honeylocust

citeseerx.ist.psu.edu/viewdoc Biomass production in the Central Great Plains USA under various coppice regimes

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pueblo.craigslist.org/zip Free Fire Wood, Hobby Wood, Wood Scraps (Pueblo Near Airport)

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380 Lockheed Street, Pueblo, CO

Our company is located on the frontage road (United Ave) just East of the Pueblo Airport.

If you want to use GPS to get to the right place use this address: 380 Lockheed Street, Pueblo, CO (Note this is not the actual address of our building. This is the address that will get you to the back side of our building which is where you need to go.)

If you go to the intersection of Lockheed St and United Ave, head North on Lockheed and the location is at the end of Lockheed on the right, you will cross a pair of two railroad tracks right together and then you will cross a third set of railroad tracks, immediately after the third set of tracks you will see the large pile of wood inside our fenced yard on the right. While this ad is up we’ll leave the gate open.

Tree Identification Books

        Tree Identification Book : A New Method for the Practical Identification and Recognition of Trees
        Paperback – February 1, 1973
        by George W. Symonds (Author)
        Stephen V. Chelminski (Photographer) 
        Published by William Morrow Paperbacks (1973)
        ISBN 10: 0688050395 ISBN 13: 9780688050399
        
        National Audubon Society Field Guide to North American Trees--W: Western Region
        (National Audubon Society Field Guides
        (Paperback)) Imitation Leather – June 12, 1980
        by Elbert L. Little (Author) 
        Series: National Audubon Society Field Guides (Paperback)
        Imitation Leather: 640 pages
        Publisher: Knopf; Chanticleer Press ed edition (June 12, 1980)
        ISBN-10: 0394507614
        ISBN-13: 978-0394507613
        
        A Field Guide to Western Trees: Western United States and Canada
        (Peterson Field Guides) 2nd Edition
        by George A. Petrides (Author),
        Roger Tory Peterson (Editor),
        Olivia Petrides (Illustrator) 
        Series: Peterson Field Guides
        Paperback: 448 pages
        Publisher: Houghton Mifflin Harcourt; 2 edition (July 25, 1998)
        ISBN-10: 0395904544
        ISBN-13: 978-0395904541
        
        Rocky Mountain Tree Finder 2nd Edition
        by Tom Watts (Author),
        Bridget Watts (Author) 
        Publisher: Nature Study Guild Publishers; 2nd edition (January 1, 2008)
        Language: English
        ISBN-10: 0912550295
        ISBN-13: 978-0912550299