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Conservation Status: Least concern
- Height: 10-20 m
- Produces a heavy, durable wood used mainly for pulp but also for posts, poles, and fuel
- Tamarack comes from an Algonquin word, akemantak, meaning "wood used for snowshoes"
- Needles grow in tufts of 10 to 25 and are 2 to 3 cm long
- Found in every province and territory in Canada