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About: For most of human history, firewood was the main source of fuel for heating, cooking and other activities. Firewood is a renewable resource. It is stored piles, free-standing stacks or in other specialized structures. Storing wood in this way helps keep moisture away from it and allows it to dry faster. Dry wood delivers more energy for heating than green wood of the same species.
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