Arkansas forest products industry, 1985-2001 by Sayeed R. Mehmood

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StatementSayeed R. Mehmood & Matthew H. Pelkki.
SeriesArkansas Forest Resources Center series -- 006.
ContributionsPelkki, Matthew H., Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station.
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Pagination39 p. :
Number of Pages39
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Open LibraryOL17725356M

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The Arkansas Forest Products Industry, Sayeed R. Mehmood & Matthew H. Pelkki Introduction The forest products sector is one of the largest manufacturing sectors in Arkansas. Inforest products industries (lumber and wood products and paper and allied products; Standard Industrial Classification (SIC) codes 24 and.

Additional Physical Format: Online version: Mehmood, Sayeed R. (Sayeed Reza), Arkansas forest products industry, Fayetteville, Ark.: Arkansas. The Arkansas Forest Products Industry, An assessment of the forest products industry in the Ozark Region of Arkansas and Missouri (Bulletin / Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station) [Richard.

Accounting for one of every six basic jobs, the forest products industry in Arkansas is the second largest component of the State's economic base.

Furthermore, Arkansas is the most timber-dependent State in the South. Between andemployment increased in the paper and allied products segment but decreased in the wood furniture and the. Arkansas' forest products industry is comprised of paper and allied products, lumber and wood products (not including mobile homes), and wood furniture manufacturing.

Employment decreased in two of the three segments between and This decrease reflects, in part, the closure of older, more labor-intensive sawmills and a. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Wood-using industries and national forests of Arkansas. Washington, D.C.: U.S. Dept.

of Agriculture, Forest Service, The Forest Products Industry is Arkansas' leading industry in terms of capital investment. More t people are directly employed by Arkansas' forestry community.

The inventory of standing timber in Arkansas is worth almost $17 billion. Arkansas is the second leading lumber producing state in the South, and fourth leading in the nation. Largest Forest Products Companies Ranked by employees in Arkansas Company Address, Phone, Fax, Website No.

of Arkansas Employees Arkansas Acreage Land Use Top Executive 1 Georgia-Pacific LLC Peachtree St. NE., Atlanta, GA ()2, NA Eight facilities in Arkansas, in addition to wood and fiber. Value of industry shipments of the U.S. forest products industry Gross output of U.S. paper mills U.S.

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Order the guide or view online. Current Status of Arkansas’ Forest Products Industry The forest products industry is a vital part of Arkansas’ economy. The industry empl people directly in the manufacturing of solid wood 1985-2001 book, pulp and paper, plywood, and engineered woodpanels, furniture, and prefabricated buildings and homes.

Service jobs in this sector. National Forests account for 13% of Arkansas's total forested acreage. Forest resource companies own or lease 23% of the state's timberland. The forest products industry, including the pulp and paper industry, had a total jobs impact of 64, employees inrepresenting labor income of $ billion.

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Development and status of Arkansas' primary forest products and industry (SuDoc A SO)Author: Dennis M. May. The forest products industry, which accounts for one of every six basic jobs, is 1 Assistant Professor, School of Forest Resources and Arkansas Forest Resources Center, University of Arkansas, Monticello, AR.

Citation for proceedings: Guldin, James M., comp. Proceedings of the symposium on Arkansas forests: a conference on the results. A FOREST DATABASE FOR ARKANSAS The forest-derived resources of Arkansas form the largest single group ofnatural resources inthe State. The timber, water, and wildlife o the forest formmuch of the basis forour wealth as a state.

Our forests, directly or indirectly, provide Arkansas with recreational opportunities jobs and many ofthe products. shingles, veneer, crossties, and other forest products (Harris and Maxwell ). Forests and Forestry in Arkansas During the Last Two Centuries Bragg Figure 2. Long-term trends ( to ) in forest coverage and wood volume for Arkansas.

Data before are based on poorly documented estimates, while data after this date are from the Forest. The development of Arkansas' primary forest products industry is presented by following the changes in numbers and types of mills operating through time as well as the State's production of roundwood to supply the changing industry.

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The forest products industry, including the pulp and paper industry, were responsible jobs inrepresenting labor income of $ billion.

Arkansas forests provide habitat to a host of wildlife species. These range from game species, such as deer, turkey, and ducks, to songbirds for wildlife viewing, and many reptiles and amphibians.

Agriculture is Arkansas’ largest industry, adding around $16 billion to the state’s economy annually. The Natural State’s diverse landscape and climate produce a wide variety of Arkansas agricultural as is a major exporter of rice, soybeans, cotton, poultry and feed grains.

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Arkansas’ forest industry owns 25 percent of the state’s forestland, and the remaining 17 percent is in public ownership including the Ouachita and Ozark-St. Francis National Forests. With an annual payroll of more than $1 billion, forest industry in the state employs more.

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The U.S. forest products industry accounts for approximately four percent of the total U.S. manufacturing GDP, manufacturing nearly $ billion in products annually. The U.S.

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“Timber, Arkansas’ Leading Resource.” Southern Lumberman (Decem ): – Gray, George W. “The Forest Lives on in this Lumber ‘Camp’ Built for Permanence, Part II.” Forest Echoes 14 (May ): 13– Helms, John A., ed.

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Forest land-ownership patterns for Arkansas in (Data source: Rosson and Rose ). National forests % Other public lands % Forest industry % Total Arkansas forest lands in = 17, ac (7, ha) Nonindustrial private forest landowners %. To enhance public safety by enforcing state laws and court mandates through community partnerships and evidence-based programs that are cost efficient and hold offenders accountable while engaging them in opportunities to become law-abiding, productive citizens.

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