2 edition of economic assessment of Arkansas" forest industries found in the catalog.
economic assessment of Arkansas" forest industries
Matthew H. Pelkki
|Statement||Matthew H. Pelkki.|
|Series||Arkansas Forest Resources Center series -- 007.|
|Contributions||Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station., Arkansas Forest Resources Center.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||64 p. :|
|Number of Pages||64|
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An Economic Assessment of Arkansas’ Forest Industries: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century Matthew H. Pelkki University of Arkansas-MonticelloSchool of Forest Resources Arkansas Forest Resources Center, University of Arkansas Division of Agriculture iii. An Economic Assessment of Arkansas’Forest Industries: Challenges and Opportunities for the 21st Century 3.D.
Forest protection 3.D.1 State needs more firefighting capacity 3.E. Energy production 3.E.1 Wood or biomass energy plants could meet rural energy needs 3.E.2 Adoption of existing coal plants to burn bio-fuels 3.F. Research/education. Get this from a library.
An economic assessment of Arkansas' forest industries: challenges and opportunities for the 21st century. [Matthew H Pelkki; Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station.; Arkansas Forest Resources Center.]. Forest industries used million cubic feet of roundwood from Arkansas forests during Softwoods, mainly pine, made up two-thirds of the total.
Citation: Beltz, Roy C. Arkansas forest industries. Resour. Bull. SO New Orleans, Louisiana: U.S. Department of Agriculture, Forest Service, Southern Forest Experiment Station.
28 by: 5. Forrest City Area Chamber of Commerce N. Izard Forrest City, AR Phone Fax [email protected] Assessment of the forest products industry in the Ozark Region of Arkansas and Missouri.
Fayetteville, Ark.: Arkansas Agricultural Experiment Station,  (OCoLC) Material Type: Government publication, State or province government publication: Document Type: Book: All Authors / Contributors. Arkansas forests supplied more than million cubic feet of roundwood to forest industries in Softwoods, mainly pine, made up more than two-thirds of the total.
The timber harvest increased 15 percent during the yearswhile the number of primary wood-using plants by: 2. Arkansas produces over million acres of timber each year. The state is looking to expand its role in the timber business, as the United States still has a great need for domestic timber.
Go to the Arkansas Economic Development Commission website to learn more about Arkansan efforts in timber and how your company can get involved. 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. Investing resources to address management and landscape priorities Arkansas is a diverse state comprised of million acres, 56 percent of which is forested.
More than half of Arkansas’s million forested acres are oak and other hardwoods, and 41 percent are softwoods dominated by pine. Arkansas’s Forest Action Plan addresses six pervasive issues related [ ]. Arkansas Forestry Association • W.
4th St • Little Rock, AR • () 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. The study of Arkansas forest products industries will identify historical trends in the industry's impacts on the state's economy.
Such information will be useful to researchers, industry personnel, and policy makers. Publications. Mehmood, S.R. and M. Pelkki. The Arkansas Forest Products Industry, “So when the economy for wood products improves, Arkansas gets a real economic boost,” Pelkki said.
If Arkansas’s gross state product is roughly $ billion, a percent annual rate for the first quarter would mean about a $ billion actual rise in its first quarter GDP.
Forest-based Economic Development in Arkansas: A Case for the Forest Products Industry Matthew H. Pelkki1 Abstract: Arkansas’ state economy is highly dependent on forest-based manufacturing industries.
The manufacturing sector in Arkansas has been steadily declining over the past. 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. Forest Certification programs require some form of management plan, but a direct assessment of the appraised value differences between private family forests with and without plans could explicitly determine the value of such expenditures.
4 Tracking the timber, recreational, and ecosystem values of Arkansas's forests A comparison over time. In Arkansas, the Arkansas Department of Agriculture - Forestry Division protects Arkansas’s forests, and those who enjoy them, from wildland fire and natural hazards while promoting rural and urban forest health, stewardship, development and conservation for all generations of Arkansans.
Visit their website to find information on burn bans. onthe forest industry as the entire USA, and eachyear is more than $ million dollars. thatthe average compensationfor forestry is Mostof this revenue is paid to private forest greaterthan the national average of $49, or landowners,who own 83 percent of the is percent of the national average employee timberlandin Arkansas.
Size: 1MB. House Concurrent Resolution No. 2 of designated the pine tree as Arkansas’s official state tree. The resolution, introduced by State Representative Boyd Tackett of Pike County, cited the state’s timber resources as one of its greatest sources of wealth and, notably, “one of the few renewable resources of the state.” The measure was introduced on January 11 and met no opposition.
Arkansas Upland Hardwood Forest Management Guide Sponsored by American Tree Farm System Arkansas Forestry Association Arkansas Forestry Association S. Cross St., Suite C Little Rock, Arkansas () Fax () File Size: KB.Those are just a few of the findings in the “Economic Contributions of Arkansas Forestry” booklet, published by the University of Arkansas System Division of Agriculture Forest Resources.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 fiberFile Size: 30KB.