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Effects of recent national legislation on ownership of timberland resources in southeast Alaska
Willem W. S. Van Hees
by U.S. Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station in Portland, Ore.]
Written in English
|Statement||Willem W.S. van Hees|
|Series||Pacific Northwest Research Station : Research Note -- PNW-RN- 469, Research note PNW -- 469.|
|Contributions||Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.)|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||12 p. :|
|Number of Pages||12|
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01/04/ PM Department of Natural Resources Page 3 affects the demand for timber sales. In Southeast Alaska, timber sales from about 10 thousand board feet to 3 million board feet will be offered for local, value-added processing. This strategy allows the state to play an important role in the local economy, despite having a limited land. In , the National Audubon Society pegged timber employment at jobs in southeast Alaska — down from 4, at its peak — and the federal subsidy at $, per worker. Conservationists.
He detailed the breakdown from the total million acres in Southeast Alaska as follows: • million acres is commercial timberland; • A third is non-commercial timberland that is slow growing, hard to reforest, hard to harvest, and the timber is not that good; • A third is non-timberland that is muskegs, lakes, mountain tops, etc. Start studying The Combined Speedback Assignments for AK History BYU. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools. many felt that Alaska's resources didn't warrant the money spent vote in national elections take part in New Deal programs.
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Effects of Recent National Legislation on Ownership of Timberland Resources in Southeast Alaska Willem Willem W. van Hees Abstract Ground plots examined between and were recoded to reflect current ownership of forest resources in southeast Alaska.
Of. Figures for State and private corporation owners reflect increases, the federally "owned" amount represents a decrease, and the "other" owner figure shows essentially no change. Citation: Van Hees, Willem W.S.
Effects of recent national legislation on ownership of timberland resources in southeast Alaska. Res. Note PNW-RN Effects of recent national legislation on ownership of timberland resources in southeast Alaska Author: Willem W S Van Hees ; Pacific Northwest Research Station (Portland, Or.).
This banner text can have markup. web; books; video; audio; software; images; Toggle navigationPages: Effects of recent national legislation on ownership of timberland resources in southeast Alaska / Willem W. van : Willem W. Van Hees. The southeast Alaska vegetated landscape is a mix of old-growth, wind-disturbed even- and uneven-aged forests, open forest, muskegs, alpine areas, grass flats, barren areas, and lakes.
Inventory description. The vegetation resources inventory of southeast Alaska used a single-phase systematic grid sample design. In the United States, industrial timberland ownership and management skews strongly to larger firms.
Economies of scale and the significant resources required for operations drive this reality. Of the million timberland acres captured in the list, million (93%) acres are with organizations that own or manageacres or more each. Sealaska ownsacres of surface land, and STC is the dominant timber producer in Southeast Alaska.
With over 35 years of experience harvesting logs from our aboriginal forests to world markets, STC is a price leader on the Pacific coast, marketing more than billion board feet of. While some of our properties have Ocmulgee River Frontage, most have year round or seasonal running creeks, open fields, planted or natural pine and hardwood timber.
Although the average property owner has acres to lease we have many smaller and larger holdings up to 2, acres. The Timberlands Advertiser has become THE premier classified advertisement newspaper for the Northshore and beyond.
We upload the latest version of the. Given less than one percent of Alaska is in conventional private ownership, private, non-industrial timberland owners play little role in supplying timber to industry. Timber harvests on Native corporation lands reached approximately mmbf inincluding 75 mmbf from Southeast Alaska and 35 mmbf on Afognak Island.
Alaska Timber Industry History Southeast Alaska Summary From the purchase of Alaska until after the proclamation establishing the Tongass National Forest, only small amounts of the timber resources in Southeast Alaska were harvested for local use. Subsequent tothe newly established Forest Service.
• – Congress extended federal mining law to Alaska, the first federal land law in Alaska, recognized Native possession of lands • – Klondike Gold Rush • – Nome Gold Rush • - Kennecott Copper discovered • – Alaska open to Federal Homesteading • – Alaska.
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Division of Mining Land and Water. Revised December 3. To help the local economy of the communities within southern Southeast Alaska by creating additional jobs in Southeast Alaska due to the combination of road building, logging, truck-ing and potentially milling; 4.
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Product Report KB PDF. Outdoors Report KB PDF. Community Report KB PDF. At that time, Weyerhaeuser was the leading U.S. timberland company based on land ownership, with an ownership of million acres of timberland. Read more. southeast Alaska, assuming a net harvest value of $/MBF: effects of area, site, management, rotation and discount rate IV IV-4 Estimates of bare land value for timberland in.
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The name "Alaska" derives from the Aleut word Alaxsxaq (also spelled Alyeska), meaning "mainland" (literally, "the object. The Basics of Timberland Investing The History of Timberland Investing. Even though landowners have made money from timberland since the earliest sawmills were built, this asset class received little attention from institutional investors until This was the year Congress passed the Employee Retirement Income Security Act.Natural Resources, W.
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