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From Wikipedia: "Most utility poles are made of wood, pressure-treated with some type of preservative for protection against rot, fungi and insects. 


Southern yellow pine is the most widely used species in the United States; however, many species of long straight trees are used to make utility poles, including Douglas firjack pinelodgepole pinewestern red cedar, and Pacific silver fir."