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9601Re: [Hammock Camping] Re: About Vertical Sticks

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  • B.M. Dyleski
    Jun 21, 2005
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      I don't see a hammock damaging a tree-how long are you going to hang it, 2-3 weeks? You may bruise bark on thin barked trees where land managers and hikers would not appreciate the marks.Killing a tree by hanging a hammock on it would be difficult in deed.The living part of the tree is under the bark which transports nutrients up from roots. On thick barked trees like oaks there is little effect a hammock would have.The sticks might be a good idea on an aspen or birch. It is never a bad thing to consider your impact on the world around you. BMD-a forester or so

      Doug Meredith <doug.meredith@...> wrote:"Edley McKnight" <edleym@...>
      wrote:

      >Anybody know a Forester or so?

      Yes. They mostly seem to be concerned with harvesting trees.

      Doug
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