SOUTH CAROLINA BEATS RIVALS IN FORESTRY, according to BUSTER! BUSTER is getting feisty because a neighboring state claims to be number one in forestry. On his day off from WOOF University, he’s been doing some math and has figured out the per acre economic impact of forestry in South Carolina, North Carolina, and Georgia. According to BUSTER, the per acre impact of forestry in South Carolina is $1,627.90! While the per acre impact of forestry in North Carolina is $1,580.65, and the per acre impact of forestry in Georgia is $1,298.38. BUSTER says South Carolina FORESTRY rules! Like BUSTER, South Carolina is smaller than the competition -- but mightier.
The FORESTRY ASSOCIATION of South Carolina is a private, non-profit organization of individuals and companies dedicated to forest conservation and the sustainable use of natural resources.
The Forestry Association represents landowners, pulp and paper mills, lumber mills, wood processors, logging companies, foresters, sportsmen and hunt clubs. The Association advocates for a business friendly climate for our landowners and forest industry while promoting conservation and sustainability of South Carolina's forests.
We proudly serve 2,500 members and trained timber professionals who grow, manage, harvest, and process the forest resource.
To maintain and secure adoption of local, state, and federal policies that encourage management, utilization, and conservation of forest resources while maintaining or strengthening the pro-business climate for the wood and paper products industry.
Sustainable forests that provide social, economic, and environmental benefits.
SC Forestry Facts and Information
The total economic impact of South Carolina's forest industry is more than $21 Billion annually. With a delivered value of $783,894,293, timber is the state’s leading cash crop.
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