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forester

Pronunciation: /ˈfɔːrəstər; ˈfɒrɪstə(r)/

Translation of forester in Spanish:

noun/nombre

  • (forestry expert) silvicultor, (masculine, feminine); (ranger) guarda (masculine and feminine) forestal
    Example sentences
    • Without trained foresters to mark the trees that should be cut, oversee the cutting, and develop plans to protect forests from fires and pilfering, sustained yield and preservation were impossible.
    • Last week, our foresters and contractors planted 12,700 pine seedlings on land burned by the Blodgett Canyon Fire in 2000.
    • In 1994, Global ReLeaf helped local foresters in central Minnesota plant 13,000 white pine seedlings.

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