One of the major practices used to conserve forests is what is known as selective cutting. In this, a plot of land is designated and only the largest most mature trees are cut down for timber. This helps thin the forest and allows for other threes to grow and develop. Larger trees means more wood and therefor less trees need to be cut down to meet a quota. This practice is used throughout the world in order to help maintain stable forests for continued logging.
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