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Glunt noted that federal timber harvests in the spotted owl region had declined from their historic levels of more than 5 billion board feet annually in the mid-1980s to less than 2 billion board feet in 1992.
3 billion board feet was logged out of the North Coast region, most of it from industry lands.
Production for South Dakota and Wyoming in 2006 was 299 million board feet and mills in the Four Corner states of Arizona, Colorado, New Mexico and Utah produced 168 million board feet.
Since 1990, harvests on government-owned land are down 85 percent and there is an estimated 2 billion board feet of growth each year.
The private sector, or family forestland owners, accounted for the largest percentage increase, jumping 145 percent from 93 million board feet in 2009 to 228 million in 2010.
The company produces more than 230 million board feet of hardwood lumber each year, with annual capacity of 95 million board feet of kiln-dried lumber.
When ordering these NSNs, the unit of issue is board feet (BF).
The sawmill provides work for 220 employees and has an annual capacity of 180 million board feet of random lumber.
66 billion board feet harvested last year, compared to 4.
How do you figure out bow many board feet art, in a log?
1) According to one of several methods used in the industry to price timber, a log with a diameter of 18 inches and a length of 14 feet has 171 board feet and a value of $855.
According to some environmentalists' estimates, more than a billion board feet of rider-based sales were canceled or postponed because of legal challenges, public interest lobbying and old-fashioned activism - including sit-ins to stop the logging trucks.
7 billion board feet of lumber, about 10 percent less than the volume of exports in 1995.
The mill pays $1,200 per 1,000 board feet for an old-growth tree compared to $700 for a younger tree.
Last year, Alaska Birch Works sold 26,000 board feet of lumber and expects to sell about the same amount this year.
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