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Encyclopedia > Red Cedar

Red Cedar may refer to:


Trees and timbers

Michigan)]] Australian Red Cedar, Toona australis (sometimes merged with Toona ciliata) is an Australian forest tree in the family Meliaceae which grew in the now extensively cleared rainforests of New South Wales and Queensland. ... Binomial name Juniperus virginiana L. Juniperus virginiana is a widespread North American species of juniper, known as Eastern Juniper or Eastern Redcedar (though it is unrelated to the cedars); the Lakota Native American name is Chansha, redwood or Hante. It is found from southeastern Canada to the Gulf of Mexico... Binomial name Thuja plicata Donn ex D.Don Thuja plicata (Western Redcedar) is a species of thuja, an evergreen coniferous tree in the cypress family Cupressaceae, native to the northwestern United States and southwestern Canada, from southern Alaska and British Columbia south to northwest California and inland to western Montana. ...

The Red Cedar River in northwestern Wisconsin, is a tributary of the Chippewa River, flowing approximately 85 miles from Lake Chetac, a reservoir in southwestern Sawyer County, through a small chain of lakes, including Birch Lake at Birchwood, Balsam Lake in Washburn County and Red Cedar Lake in far northeastern...

See also

Cedar (disambiguation) Cedar may refer to: Cedars, the coniferous trees. ...


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Red Cedar: Encyclopedia of Alternative Medicine (717 words)
Western red cedar is a tree that grows to a height of 125 ft (60 m) in moist soils in mixed coniferous forests.
Red cedar is of major cultural importance to Native American tribes living in the Pacific Northwest.
Red cedar induced asthma is a serious occupational hazard to loggers in western North America.
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