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Primary forest products industry & timber use, Minnesota, 1973

Blyth, James E.

Primary forest products industry & timber use, Minnesota, 1973

by Blyth, James E.

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Published by North Central Forest Experiment Station, Forest Service, U.S. Dept. of Agriculture in St. Paul .
Written in English

    Places:
  • Minnesota.
    • Subjects:
    • Lumber trade -- Minnesota.,
    • Forest products industry -- Minnesota.

    • Edition Notes

      Cover title.

      StatementJames E. Blyth, Steven Wilhelm, Jerold T. Hahn.
      SeriesUSDA Forest Service resource bulletin ;, NC-39, USDA Forest Service resource bulletin NC ;, 39.
      ContributionsWilhelm, Steven, joint author., Hahn, Jerold T., joint author.
      Classifications
      LC ClassificationsSD11 .A45533 no. 39, HD9757.M6 .A45533 no. 39
      The Physical Object
      Pagination34 p. :
      Number of Pages34
      ID Numbers
      Open LibraryOL4065082M
      LC Control Number79602962

      The Great Lakes Paper Company was the operator of the largest and most modern pulp and paper manufacturing facility in the world. The Company employed over 4, in Northern Ontario, starting in as a pulp mill at Fort William, Ontario (now Thunder Bay, Ontario Canada).Great Lakes had a highly developed social network within the company, including a children's Christmas party held at a Founded: ; 95 years ago in Fort William, . road builder by the s. In the s the forest-products industry in Washington faced problems with slowdowns in housing construction, depleted timber supplies, and competition from other lumber sources in British Columbia and the American South. Still, logging in the national forests of Washington and Oregon continued at a rapid pace.

      the Minnesota Forest Resources Council. Reproduction of this guidebook is encouraged. Any modification, however, must first be approved by the Minnesota Forest Resources Council. Minnesota Forest Resources Council Upper Buford Circle St. Paul, Minnesota Phone: () Fax: () Web: The timber industry is a large world wide industry. Successful timber producing corporations exist in Canada, the United States, Brazil and Australia. There are more than this of course, however.

      Indiana Timber Industry—An Assessment of Timber Product Output and Use, Ronald J. Piva and Joey Gallion About the Authors: Ronald J. Piva, For-ester, received a B.S. in forest management from the University of Missouri-Columbia. He joined the Forest Service in and has been working with the North Central Station’s Forest Inventory and. Timber harvesting and Forest Management Guidelines on Public and Private Forest land in Minnesota Monitoring for Implementation By Richard Dahlman & Dick Rossman MN DNR Division of Forestry May A report by the Minnesota Department of Natural Resources Respectfully submitted to the Minnesota Forest Resources Council.


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