Mature tree definition

Mature tree means a lodgepole pine tree at least 12.5 cm dbh, or another tree species at least 17.5 cmdbh.
Mature tree means a tree the trunk of, which is over 8 inches in diameter when measured two feet above its base.
Mature tree means a lodgepole pine tree at least 12.5 cm dbh, or another tree species at least 17.5 cmdbh, that is either alive or dead.

More Definitions of Mature tree

Mature tree means a tree greater than 10 inches
Mature tree means a lodgepole pine tree at least 12.5 cm dbh, or another tree species at least 17.5 cm dbh. “stub” means a mature tree that is either mechanically felled or broken off at least 3m above the ground.
Mature tree means any tree that is twelve (12) inches or greater in diameter at a height of four and one-half feet above grade, other than a tree specifically planted and grown for commercial purposes or any Box Elder, Siberian Elm, Buckthorn, Russian Olive, or other invasive or nuisance tree as designated by the Village Forester.
Mature tree means any tree with a diameter at breast height of 10 inches or greater.
Mature tree means a tree whose trunk measures thirty (30) inches in circumference or more at twenty-four (24) inches above grade for a standard tree form, or the equivalent cross sectional area of trunks for multi-trunked trees.
Mature tree means a tree with a diameter at breast height of 10 inches or greater or a height of at least 13 feet, whichever will result in greater tree preservation.”
Mature tree means a tree, whether or not previously pruned by the utility, that is well-established with a defined crown and that is at least 20 feet tall or 6 inches in diameter at breast height. Mature tree does not include a hazard tree.