Jack Pine

Range of the Jack Pine
Jack Pine

Location: Abundant in north central and northeastern Minnesota. (Also found in Canada, Northeastern U.S. and Lake States.)

Fun Facts: Coarse texture; moderately light and soft; moderately low in bending strength; low in shock resistance; short, divergent needles come off in fascicles (bundles) of two

Uses: Pulpwood; construction; boxes; crates; posts; mine timbers; railway ties and fuel

Full Size: 55-65 feet in height, up to 8-12 inches in diameter

Age at Maturity: 50 years

  • Jack Pine
    Jack Pine
    Jack Pine

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Trees absorb carbon, and finished products store it! These products made from wood are 50% carbon by weight.

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