|Statement||by John M. Huie.|
|Series||Circular - Cooperative Extension Service, Auburn University ; M-14|
|LC Classifications||SD144.A2 H84|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||88 p. :|
|Number of Pages||88|
|LC Control Number||75623976|
Buy Alabama's Timber Industry- An Assessment of Timber Product Output and Use, on FREE SHIPPING on qualified orders Alabama's Timber Industry- An Assessment of Timber Product Output and Use, James R. Schiller: : BooksCited by: 2. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Beltz, Roy C. Alabama's timber resources updated, [New Orleans, La.]: Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service. Buy Alabama timber for a growing forest industry (Circular - Cooperative Extension Service, Auburn University ; M) by John M Huie (ISBN:) from Amazon's Book Store. Everyday low prices and free delivery on eligible : John M Huie. Alabama has billion cubic feet of standing timber, the largest recorded inventory in the state’s history ( Alabama Forest Inventory and Analysis data). The state is gaining timber volume at a higher rate than most all other Southeastern states showing a % increase between the periods of to ( and Alabama Forest.
Try the new Google Books. Check out the new look and enjoy easier access to your favorite features. Try it now. Alabama Forestry Association, - Forest products. 0 Reviews. From inside the book. What people are saying - Write a review. Alabama’s forest resources provide the citizens of the state improved water and air quality, diverse habitat for wildlife, and support for a robust and growing forest industry. Our associates provide Alabama forest landowners with the tools necessary to manage and sustain the state’s forest resources for current and future generations. The Alabama Department of Commerce released a new report this week showing that the forest industry is having a large impact on rural economies. In , Westervelt Company, Rex Lumber and Great Southern Wood all announced plans for production facilities in Alabama. All combined, over jobs were created at the facilities alone. In , [ ]. Because Alabama is one of the most heavily forested states in the nation, the forestry products industry has played a large role in the state's economy. Developing first as the timber industry and to a lesser extent naval stores (turpentine and other pine-resin products), the forest products industry came to include pulp and paper production in the twentieth century.
Alabama’s hardwood forests provide clean water, great natural beauty, recreational opportunities, timber, and habitat for thousands of plant and animal species. Half of all standing timber in Alabama is hardwood and two-thirds of all forested acreage is comprised of hardwood trees or a mixture of hardwoods and pines. The industry’s scope is massive in Alabama, with the total value of industry shipments exceeding $ billion in , according to the American Forest & Paper Association. Alabama employment in forestry and logging, wood products, and pulp and paper tota that year, with annual payroll income topping $ billion. The State of Alabama continues to be one of the nation’s leading producers of forest products, ranking #2 in pulp production, #2 in paper and paperboard. These well-managed forests are currently growing about 40% more timber than is being harvested, providing plenty of opportunity for new wood-using industries. landowners. The Alabama Forestry Commission offered other technical assistance to forest landowners. There were 2, forest health stand management recommendations given to landowners that encompas acres. Forest Inventory and Analysis FIA is a continuous, nationwide timber and forest resource inventory that has been ongoing for more than.