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Definition: An even-aged stand of trees is one in which there are only small differences in age among the individual trees. EVEN-AGED MANAGEMENT - A forest management method in which all trees in an area are harvested at one time, called clearcutting, or in several cuttings over a short time to produce stands that are all the same age or nearly so. This management method is commonly applied to shade-intolerant conifers and hardwoods.

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