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    Author(s): Mark McClure
    Date: 2006
    Source: USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry, Newtown Square, PA
    Publication Series: Information Forestry
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    Description

    The geographic region we call the Northeast and Midwest stretches from Maine to Minnesota, south to Missouri, and east to Maryland and the District of Columbia. Nearly half of the Nation?s population lives here on slightly less than 20 percent of the Nation?s land area. Representing one of the largest concentrations of privately owned forests in the world, more than 75 percent, about 128 million acres, is in private ownership.

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    Citation

    null 2006. The Year in Forestry State and Private Forestry in the Northeast and Midwest Fiscal Year 2005. USDA Forest Service, Northeastern Area State and Private Forestry, Newtown Square, PA

    Keywords

    The Year in Forestry State and Private Forestry in the Northeast and Midwest Fiscal Year 2005, NA-IN-06-06, technical and financial assistance, promote sustainable forest Management, maintain forest land area, increase public appreciation of the value of forests, reduce growth loss and tree mortality caused by damaging agents, enhance capacity of forest to provide public benefits

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