Some of these species are harvested from the wild, and can be found in markets.
The majority of electrical energy is harvested from the sun and wind.
The wood was harvested from local trees, cut down & shaped by hand.
One group adapted to the rich resources that could be harvested from the sea.
The number of leaves harvested from each tree also varies.
By 1920 over 200 million board feet (470,000 m3) of timber had been harvested from the valley.
They can be harvested in substantial quantities from the blood.
Many are commercially raised, but others must be harvested from the wild.
It is estimated that in 1850 almost 2,000 birds were harvested from the rock.
They have in the past been harvested from egg to adult for various human uses.