No old growth

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No old growth is a standard label placed on wood to assure buyers it was not cut from older trees, which are essential to ensure forest integrity and prevent erosion and deforestation. There has been some success in forcing major wood vendors, e.g. Home Depot in the US, in adopting it for all their wood products.