The Copper River in Alaska, is the most famous location for diamond willows. Varieties are found throughout the forested areas of Alaska from the Kenai Peninsula north. This tree is not exclusive to Alaska, but it grows only in the northern portion of North America. Diamond willow is nearly as rot-resistant as cedar.
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