Man, what a learning curve to burning with wood! I am realizing that my wood for this year (cut in march/april) is no where near fully seasoned. I am already ahead for next year, and learned from my stacking mistakes (right under an eve, logs on ground, etc) and determined the best overall area of the yard to stack. Previously I had several smaller rows, unsupported on the ends (sloping), very disorganized. Now, I have an open area and am doing 2 40x4x20" rows, 1 32x4x20" row and 2 24x4x20" rows for a total of 6 cords. I have approx half that so far, and will cut the rest early spring. My question is this: should I cover the rows in any way for the winter? If so, best material to use? Tarp, plywood, plastic, tin?