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					CHAPTER XII

AGRICULTURAL CONSERVATION AND FORESTRY STATISTICS
Statistics in this chapter concern conservation of various natural resources, particularly soil, water, timber, wetlands, wildlife, and improvement of water quality. Forestry statistics include area of private and public-owned forest land, timber production, imports and exports, pulpwood consumption and paper and board production, area burned over by forest fires, livestock grazing, and recreational use of national forest lands. Conservation Practices on Active Contracts
Practice code CP01 CP02 CP03 CP04 CP05 CP06 CP07 CP08 CP09 CP10 CP11 CP12 CP13 CP15 CP16 CP17 CP18 CP19 CP20 CP21 CP22 CP23 CP24 CP25 CP27 CP28 .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. Practice Introduced grasses and legumes ........................................................................... Native grasses ........................................................................................................ Tree planting .......................................................................................................... Wildlife habitat with woody veg. ............................................................................. Field windbreaks .................................................................................................... Diversions ............................................................................................................... Erosion control structures ...................................................................................... Grass waterways .................................................................................................... Shallow water areas for wildlife ............................................................................. Existing grasses and legumes ............................................................................... Existing trees .......................................................................................................... Wildlife food plots ................................................................................................... Vegetative filter strips ............................................................................................. Contour grass strips ............................................................................................... Shelterbelts ............................................................................................................. Living snow fences ................................................................................................. Salinity reducing vegetation ................................................................................... Alley cropping ......................................................................................................... Alternative perennials ............................................................................................. Filter strips (grass) ................................................................................................. Riparian buffers (trees) .......................................................................................... Wetland restoration ................................................................................................ Cross wind trap strips ............................................................................................ Rare and declining habitat ..................................................................................... Farmable wetland pilot (wetland) ........................................................................... Farmable wetland (upland) .................................................................................... Total ........................................................................................................................ Acres 4,315,178 6,242,967 1,170,779 2,280,870 34,813 898 770 63,168 36,642 14,962,416 1,039,664 68,715 31,920 55,852 15,753 2,259 267,261 52 15 742,698 374,284 1,630,694 491 371,450 9,383 22,992 33,741,943

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CRP enrollment: By sign up and initial contract year 1, as of January 2002
Sign up
1-10 .......... 11 ............. 12 ............. 13 ............. 14 ............. 15 ............. 16 ............. 17 ............. 18 ............. 19 ............. 20 ............. 21 ............. 22 ............. 23 ............. 24 ............. All .............

Before 1993
43,626 836,801 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 880,427

1993
0 0 968,282 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 968,282

1996
0 0 0 435,811 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 435,811

1997
0 0 0 159,669 99,409 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 259,078

1998
0 0 0 0 461,399 16,176,628 1,772,917 113,370 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 18,524,314

1999
0 0 0 0 0 356,773 4,079,656 104,241 0 135,614 0 0 0 0 0 4,676,285

2000
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 4,752,817 131,653 0 106,562 33,663 0 0 5,024,695

2001
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 2,258,564 12,751 172,663 222,581 0 2,666,559

2002
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 233,275 73,166 306,441

2003
0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 52 52

Total
43,626 836,801 968,282 595,480 560,807 16,533,401 5,852,573 217,611 4,752,817 267,267 2,258,564 119,313 206,326 455,856 73,217 33,741,943

1For CRP, contract year is the same as fiscal year, which begins October 1. Note: There are no contracts with initial contract years 1994 or 1995. Note: General Signup Numbers: 1-13, 15, 16, 18, 20. Continuous Signup Numbers: 14, 17, 19, 21-24 FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-1.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 1 and CP 2) CP 1 Establishment of permanent introduced grasses and legumes State Total acres treated Total cost share Cost share per acre treated 1 Total acres treated Total cost share CP 2 Establishment of permanent native grasses Cost share per acre treated 1 81.63 ............ ............ 108.19 72.81 58.07 105.83 ............ 67.00 85.67 ............ 65.60 82.04 74.85 68.04 34.89 97.41 44.31 123.92 221.95 ............ 98.85 73.33 85.01 61.60 35.28 39.98 ............ ............ 193.57 43.15 105.56 87.79 59.55 80.64 46.44 50.70 161.40 ............ 108.09 44.28 80.29 50.22 45.88 ............ 80.89 89.67 47.01 79.15 33.89 52.10

Alabama ................................. Alaska .................................... Arizona ................................... Arkansas ................................ California ................................ Colorado ................................ Connecticut ............................ Delaware ................................ Florida .................................... Georgia .................................. Hawaii .................................... Idaho ...................................... Illinois ..................................... Indiana ................................... Iowa ....................................... Kansas ................................... Kentucky ................................ Louisiana ............................... Maine ..................................... Maryland ................................ Massachusetts ....................... Michigan ................................ Minnesota .............................. Mississippi ............................. Missouri ................................. Montana ................................. Nebraska ............................... Nevada .................................. New Hampshire ..................... New Jersey ............................ New Mexico ........................... New York ............................... North Carolina ....................... North Dakota ......................... Ohio ....................................... Oklahoma .............................. Oregon ................................... Pennsylvania ......................... Puerto Rico ............................ South Carolina ....................... South Dakota ......................... Tennessee ............................. Texas ..................................... Utah ....................................... Vermont ................................. Virginia ................................... Washington ............................ West Virginia ......................... Wisconsin .............................. Wyoming ................................ United States, total ............
1 Not

16,634.6 5,746.4 ........................ 6,499.8 3,519.1 56,972.0 70.3 27.8 1,064.2 2,714.6 ........................ 136,625.7 252,413.7 86,878.6 416,946.7 28,450.5 92,092.3 1,445.0 1,810.3 9,138.9 ........................ 94,655.0 286,107.5 16,838.7 467,369.6 753,242.6 72,964.1 ........................ 10.0 1,154.5 1,023.5 7,503.8 5,732.1 429,455.1 101,512.9 35,261.9 105,306.5 27,815.7 108.0 1,213.0 185,395.6 51,671.8 185,088.3 59,476.1 ........................ 6,305.4 169,525.3 10.2 73,723.6 57,656.7 4,315,178.0

906,100 438,254 ........................ 267,191 66,161 2,207,208 7,091 2,780 48,726 172,002 ........................ 4,419,204 9,787,050 5,045,414 14,454,984 801,752 6,045,428 57,394 243,319 1,032,360 ........................ 3,219,984 12,488,966 682,669 18,003,400 15,410,832 1,500,118 ........................ 1,200 188,643 28,604 690,114 409,452 8,183,351 5,246,554 1,285,084 2,760,996 3,372,522 17,550 83,140 5,310,053 2,948,779 6,824,254 1,918,455 ........................ 346,921 7,813,874 500 3,409,021 1,849,997 149,997,451

58.66 76.27 ........................ 42.36 23.68 44.83 178.61 100.00 46.22 63.62 ........................ 33.36 43.93 60.49 45.53 40.47 68.79 37.86 138.72 147.79 ........................ 35.33 44.81 40.92 43.80 21.04 22.46 ........................ 120.00 163.80 29.49 97.79 74.79 19.85 50.81 39.41 29.73 124.35 162.50 73.06 28.73 58.82 39.14 35.10 ........................ 56.10 49.78 49.02 49.64 33.03 37.54

3,706.2 ........................ 32.8 1,330.6 356.8 552,032.7 34.3 ........................ 150.5 368.0 ........................ 8,126.0 32,248.8 23,477.3 138,818.8 758,171.3 27,401.6 1,915.6 112.4 2,835.6 ........................ 11,835.7 136,481.1 371.9 189,149.2 825,787.8 339,647.2 ........................ ........................ 393.3 186,116.6 937.1 1,554.3 64,835.5 24,417.7 381,908.7 31,131.4 9,730.4 ........................ 107.2 221,418.6 17,549.6 1,686,475.3 14,068.3 ........................ 2,419.5 481,409.4 22.4 56,420.6 7,659.3 6,242,967.4

246,798 .................... .................... 131,067 13,964 30,424,902 3,630 .................... 335 31,528 .................... 344,434 2,046,764 1,472,730 7,811,407 19,120,776 2,451,890 83,871 13,681 553,087 .................... 958,171 9,532,857 29,362 11,205,554 28,205,845 11,382,673 .................... .................... 76,132 7,700,227 91,677 117,502 3,642,610 1,722,431 17,657,387 1,341,976 1,537,126 .................... 9,804 9,581,404 1,321,435 79,018,400 624,431 .................... 174,719 42,198,177 1,053 4,254,581 259,540 297,395,938

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-2.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 3 and CP 4) CP 3 Tree planting State Total acres treated 149,195.2 .................... .................... 40,870.9 67.0 142.1 .................... 1,561.7 29,424.2 172,905.3 .................... 3,664.0 46,661.0 19,491.7 17,121.6 931.1 5,519.8 116,544.3 239.7 1,215.7 .................... 12,495.8 38,178.8 304,167.8 24,385.2 222.9 2,600.0 .................... .................... 88.5 80.0 1,728.5 18,500.3 593.5 8,259.9 626.8 2,074.8 880.8 91.0 57,499.4 960.3 14,067.2 4,456.5 .................... .................... 4,409.4 1,615.8 134.5 67,094.6 11.8 1,170,779.4 Total cost share 10,733,370 .................... .................... 2,633,362 2,350 115,709 .................... 518,636 1,192,632 13,543,287 .................... 467,590 3,854,173 2,962,388 3,395,568 106,703 539,294 9,057,297 29,470 207,049 .................... 1,258,610 4,515,200 14,138,614 2,729,954 51,253 222,698 .................... .................... 16,156 2,120 249,298 861,086 141,378 1,004,231 39,570 182,306 232,870 13,741 3,135,080 231,889 828,992 189,126 .................... .................... 193,233 334,390 6,980 9,709,142 14,755 89,661,550 Cost share per acre treated 1 79.16 .................... .................... 66.91 335.71 818.31 .................... 342.58 43.76 79.30 .................... 134.01 94.80 160.74 211.23 120.64 102.34 78.81 131.21 208.38 .................... 103.42 120.33 47.93 124.81 235.21 112.41 .................... .................... 182.55 26.50 147.19 62.07 212.35 131.34 60.94 145.17 276.50 151.00 58.01 271.76 64.71 49.87 .................... .................... 49.84 208.32 51.90 146.37 1,261.11 80.44 CP 4 Permanent wildlife habitat Total acres treated 10,295.1 11.3 .................... 3,201.9 896.5 219,792.9 .................... 1,952.1 3,400.6 7,371.4 .................... 129,886.0 114,218.0 11,305.7 316,989.2 16,162.8 738.4 1,795.5 907.1 1,846.9 .................... 25,564.1 351,893.4 9,277.5 4,880.5 32,617.7 45,922.7 151.3 .................... 22.7 .................... 489.8 2,893.6 560,418.6 21,368.0 3,316.9 13,251.7 570.4 .................... 11,117.7 89,829.2 8,869.0 35,039.2 .................... .................... 963.3 184,402.1 .................... 10,374.6 26,864.5 2,280,869.9 Total cost share 42,695 .................... .................... 137,456 97,789 14,184,245 .................... 397,449 88,518 238,959 .................... 3,701,215 5,910,465 946,484 13,770,035 633,102 57,822 118,592 33,362 322,073 .................... 1,211,927 23,595,737 274,718 292,425 1,240,149 1,525,778 4,100 .................... 5,199 .................... 43,781 251,592 14,196,233 846,435 192,991 731,232 193,663 .................... 297,664 4,694,241 581,684 1,636,479 .................... .................... 64,586 18,356,081 .................... 869,491 496,508 112,282,955 Cost share per acre treated 1 36.26 .................... .................... 53.06 507.20 70.06 .................... 220.60 58.03 61.30 .................... 29.25 80.82 110.75 77.61 48.70 114.11 78.09 99.95 232.61 .................... 64.86 70.50 69.24 79.70 44.41 42.28 27.10 .................... 229.03 .................... 102.43 104.35 29.34 66.08 62.15 64.13 422.20 .................... 62.74 60.66 73.72 53.42 .................... .................... 71.10 100.93 .................... 106.43 38.52 59.69

Alabama ........................................ Alaska ............................................ Arizona .......................................... Arkansas ........................................ California ....................................... Colorado ........................................ Connecticut .................................... Delaware ....................................... Florida ............................................ Georgia .......................................... Hawaii ............................................ Idaho .............................................. Illinois ............................................. Indiana ........................................... Iowa ............................................... Kansas ........................................... Kentucky ........................................ Louisiana ....................................... Maine ............................................. Maryland ........................................ Massachusetts ............................... Michigan ........................................ Minnesota ...................................... Mississippi ..................................... Missouri ......................................... Montana ......................................... Nebraska ....................................... Nevada .......................................... New Hampshire ............................. New Jersey .................................... New Mexico ................................... New York ....................................... North Carolina ............................... North Dakota ................................. Ohio ............................................... Oklahoma ...................................... Oregon ........................................... Pennsylvania ................................. Puerto Rico .................................... South Carolina ............................... South Dakota ................................. Tennessee ..................................... Texas ............................................. Utah ............................................... Vermont ......................................... Virginia ........................................... Washington .................................... West Virginia ................................. Wisconsin ...................................... Wyoming ........................................ United States, total ....................
1 Not

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-3.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 5, CP 6 and CP 7) CP 5 Establishment of field windbreaks State Total acres reated
................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 680.9 ................. ................. ................. ................. 1.0 142.6 1,792.8 1,601.4 3,819.0 792.2 0.5 ................. ................. 0.4 ................. 871.3 4,870.3 ................. 56.8 269.5 9,260.9 ................. ................. 6.1 ................. 12.2 11.0 2,484.3 1,050.2 36.3 ................. 4.3 ................. 35.1 6,689.9 ................. 9.1 1.0 5.0 3.0 11.8 ................. 184.9 109.7 34,813.5

CP 6 Diversions I Total cost share
4,407 ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... 12,589 764 1,500 12,997 3,600 476 ............... 276 ............... 6,450 ............... 3,500 60,941 ............... ............... ............... ............... 750 ............... ............... ............... 143 ............... 15,840 ............... 6,428 ............... ............... ............... 1,250 1,855 ............... ............... ............... ............... ............... 1,390 ............... 135,156

CP 7 Erosion control structures Total cost share
6,467 .......................... .......................... 729 .......................... 2,731 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 11,000 77,715 27,616 17,430 16,057 20,672 200 .......................... 12,338 .......................... 25,350 2,500 2,175 86,417 .......................... 1,147 .......................... 700 .......................... .......................... 3,500 .......................... .......................... 750 1,741 .......................... 919 .......................... .......................... .......................... 25,180 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 2,035 .......................... 18,408 .......................... 363,777

Total cost share
...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 519,803 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 800 286,915 376,327 295,622 969,529 330,512 1,010 ...................... ...................... 1,375 ...................... 267,417 1,163,352 ...................... 7,180 108,174 3,622,620 ...................... ...................... 10,905 ...................... 12,780 1,532 916,086 285,291 7,764 ...................... 430 ...................... 1,506 4,007,049 ...................... 501 2,000 1,010 117 6,703 ...................... 32,578 103,838 13,340,726

Cost share per acre treated 1
................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 777.68 ................. ................. ................. ................. 800.00 2,012.03 227.57 186.84 266.32 440.80 2,020.00 ................. ................. 3,437.50 ................. 328.48 249.18 ................. 126.41 399.89 491.09 ................. ................. 1,787.70 ................. 1,047.54 139.27 370.27 289.78 213.88 ................. 100.00 ................. 52.11 619.72 ................. 55.05 2,000.00 202.00 39.00 788.59 ................. 192.09 1,023.03 417.75

Total acres treated

Cost share per acre treated 1
1,224.17 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 1,430.57 1,910.00 150.00 397.46 6,000.00 95.20 ...................... 2,760.00 ...................... 1,290.00 ...................... 1,166.67 107.92 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 166.67 ...................... ...................... ...................... 238.33 ...................... 276.92 ...................... 845.79 ...................... ...................... ...................... 1,136.36 57.79 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 1,985.71 ...................... 183.21

Total acres treated

Cost share per acre treated 1
1,293.40 .......................... .......................... 364.50 .......................... 151.72 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 2,115.38 1,455.34 2,465.71 1,613.89 729.86 2,995.94 100.00 .......................... 1,561.77 .......................... 2,263.39 5,000.00 21,750.00 677.78 .......................... 1,274.44 .......................... 2,333.33 .......................... .......................... 3,500.00 .......................... .......................... 750.00 87.05 .......................... 919.00 .......................... .......................... .......................... 1,724.66 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 508.75 .......................... 8,003.48 .......................... 1,106.38

AL ......... AK ........ AZ ......... AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI ......... ID ......... IL .......... IN ......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ........ MA ........ MI ......... MN ........ MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ........ NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ......... UT ........ VT ......... VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US .....
1 1 Not

3.6 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 21.1 0.4 10.0 32.7 0.6 5.0 ...................... 0.1 ...................... 5.0 ...................... 3.0 564.7 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 4.5 ...................... ...................... ...................... 0.6 ...................... 58.7 ...................... 7.6 ...................... ...................... ...................... 1.1 32.1 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 0.7 146.2 897.7

5.0 ...................... ...................... 2.0 ...................... 225.9 ...................... ...................... ...................... 7.7 ...................... 5.2 59.4 12.2 19.8 139.4 6.9 2.0 ...................... 7.9 ...................... 11.2 0.5 1.1 208.7 ...................... 10.8 ...................... 0.3 ...................... ...................... 1.0 ...................... ...................... 1.0 20.0 ...................... 1.0 ...................... ...................... ...................... 14.6 ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 4.0 ...................... 2.3 ...................... 769.9

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-4.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 8, CP 9 and CP 10) CP 8 Grass waterways State Total cost share
11,553 2,037 ......................... 1,505 ......................... 183,845 ......................... 4,728 ......................... 36,570 ......................... 18,901 20,414,256 19,944,516 13,619,099 1,455,283 1,492,791 28,545 165,790 369,924 5 821,237 2,558,478 5,711 637,550 6,059 274,882 ......................... ......................... 83,574 ......................... 82,772 24,790 33,952 9,059,217 61,073 41,821 518,042 ......................... 83,917 286,804 35,180 634,592 252 1,595 18,656 80,135 ......................... 1,353,862 940 74,454,439

CP 9 Shallow water areas for wildlife Total acres treated
79.6 4.6 ................. 574.8 1,229.6 49.2 ................. 308.6 ................. 25.5 ................. 77.9 3,664.2 1,103.6 12,412.1 449.2 1,925.6 206.0 ................. 871.8 0.2 996.3 959.0 567.3 1,760.2 6.2 131.2 ................. ................. 2.8 ................. 84.5 2,651.2 35.1 734.2 84.1 16.7 43.4 ................. 1,641.5 275.7 49.6 54.9 ................. ................. 75.0 61.4 ................. 3,429.1 ................. 36,641.9

CP 10 Vegetative-cover-grass-already established Total acres treated
114,935.0 23,558.3 ......................... 28,385.3 124,683.5 1,365,859.2 130.5 56.9 1,780.0 7,512.4 ......................... 500,897.7 210,789.3 83,212.4 573,836.6 1,706,416.2 145,261.3 18,610.3 20,167.8 4,285.0 52.8 110,125.9 299,795.2 130,781.9 772,838.3 1,508,525.0 574,103.5 ......................... ......................... 431.9 404,164.9 40,066.7 17,693.6 1,379,142.6 93,852.5 589,900.1 289,865.9 54,132.3 351.0 11,754.3 492,675.2 130,613.8 2,099,000.0 126,013.9 116.2 13,953.6 356,264.5 675.1 353,005.4 182,141.8 14,962,415.6

Total acres treated

Cost share per acre treated 1
394.30 2,546.25 ................. 396.05 ................. 233.42 ................. 1,891.20 ................. 541.78 ................. 1,294.59 1,199.85 2,516.13 924.29 371.18 1,012.34 852.09 7,303.52 3,267.88 5.00 1,912.70 1,055.99 514.50 942.42 86.07 325.91 ................. ................. 5,969.57 ................. 2,644.47 1,384.92 423.87 2,716.63 250.71 729.86 2,308.57 ................. 2,043.18 453.76 864.37 586.39 40.00 1,595.00 783.87 344.96 ................. 1,605.05 110.59 1,294.04

Total cost share
94,891 56,864 ......................... 96,324 38,231 12,853 ......................... 839,706 ......................... 23,614 ......................... 67,322 1,472,600 596,706 2,559,196 101,252 858,795 18,248 ......................... 1,035,053 ......................... 614,370 126,028 54,364 366,052 6,528 36,103 ......................... ......................... 7,181 ......................... 15,661 1,341,559 730 430,431 12,888 8,267 57,649 ......................... 2,528,654 202,299 17,688 20,163 ......................... ......................... 27,232 43,262 ......................... 876,488 ......................... 14,665,252

Cost share per acre treated 1
1,275.94 12,361.74 ................... 298.59 31.09 261.24 ................... 2,765.83 ................... 926.04 ................... 864.21 433.95 636.76 235.48 252.50 483.91 130.34 ................... 1,354.60 ................... 658.29 157.55 253.80 239.50 1,052.90 289.52 ................... ................... 2,564.64 ................... 219.96 610.88 34.60 602.25 377.95 495.03 1,366.09 ................... 1,544.12 838.72 446.67 404.07 ................... ................... 389.03 710.38 ................... 320.61 ................... 459.18

Total cost share
................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. .................

Cost share per acre treated 1
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AL ......... AK ........ AZ ........ AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI ......... ID ......... IL .......... IN ......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ....... MA ........ MI ......... MN ....... MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ....... NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ........ UT ........ VT ........ VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US ....
1 Not

44.3 0.8 ......................... 8.1 ......................... 796.9 ......................... 2.9 ......................... 72.5 ......................... 19.6 18,204.0 8,515.4 16,699.3 4,512.4 1,540.0 33.5 23.7 143.6 1.0 460.7 2,598.4 61.1 784.9 91.2 934.8 ......................... ......................... 14.0 ......................... 42.3 43.1 82.9 3,641.4 251.9 73.2 233.2 ......................... 42.4 743.4 45.4 1,203.1 6.3 1.0 24.8 274.1 ......................... 887.8 8.5 63,167.9

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-5.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 11, CP 12 and CP 13) CP 11 Vegetative-cover-treesalready established State Total acres treated
AL ......... AK ........ AZ ........ AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI ......... ID ......... IL .......... IN ......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ....... MA ........ MI ......... MN ....... MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ....... NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ........ UT ........ VT ........ VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US ....
1 Not

CP 12 Wildlife food plots Total acres treated
1,610.8 20.4 ................. 372.1 274.0 1,007.4 ................. 30.8 116.2 1,623.3 ................. 1,057.5 3,657.8 598.8 5,204.1 4,656.0 954.1 1,218.6 1.6 208.1 ................. 1,981.0 4,574.5 5,344.3 2,589.8 2,569.4 2,300.0 ................. ................. 2.0 38.0 81.4 52.9 3,660.4 793.3 1,274.3 214.3 211.3 ................. 1,076.0 8,308.2 195.8 6,440.5 32.7 ................. 146.2 843.2 0.3 3,214.4 158.9 68,714.7

CP 13 Filter strips Total acres treated
112.3 ................. ................. 122.7 ................. 96.0 ................. ................. 4.8 881.3 ................. 5.9 5,496.9 1,737.8 3,844.0 1,195.8 633.6 47.1 ................. 957.5 46.9 886.9 8,545.4 485.9 532.4 26.0 313.9 ................. 0.2 9.0 ................. 141.6 37.3 424.9 1,033.6 169.1 ................. 6.5 ................. 1,823.7 612.3 356.0 102.4 ................. ................. 51.5 711.5 ................. 467.4 ................. 31,920.1

Total cost share
7,562 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 1,955 348 .......................... .......................... 4,337 .......................... 125 1,000 .......................... 2,912 .......................... .......................... .......................... 3,885 14,467 1,465 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 489 .......................... .......................... 63 695 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 536 .......................... .......................... .......................... 39,839

Cost share per acre treated 1
23.76 ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 29.05 5.01 ................. ................. 91.69 ................. 250.00 29.94 ................. 4.62 ................. ................. ................. 54.34 64.90 5.79 ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 31.55 ................. ................. 6.12 24.30 ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 85.08 ................. ................. ................. 22.46

Total cost share

Cost share per acre treated 1
................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. .................

Total cost share

Cost share per acre treated 1
91.06 ................. ................. 60.89 ................. 132.59 ................. ................. 61.04 45.69 ................. 411.36 54.97 78.15 49.65 47.15 53.99 35.56 ................. 223.95 ................. 49.48 38.48 43.14 64.75 49.35 33.45 ................. 875.00 265.00 ................. 64.77 168.77 19.61 61.06 81.73 ................. 50.00 ................. 44.69 58.47 51.46 55.01 ................. ................. 138.83 45.61 ................. 72.61 ................. 55.71

171,584.7 .......................... .......................... 53,386.3 49.5 232.2 .......................... 56.4 52,600.4 119,441.4 .......................... 2,318.4 12,399.7 6,207.5 5,583.5 1,319.4 1,725.9 37,822.3 727.6 522.3 .......................... 5,936.5 18,813.7 327,578.1 4,563.3 1,077.0 2,953.3 .......................... .......................... 5.0 79.7 1,154.2 39,371.2 1,435.4 5,036.1 442.2 1,527.6 539.8 121.0 101,477.1 946.2 16,240.5 5,901.3 .......................... .......................... 13,864.9 917.9 9.0 23,618.1 77.1 1,039,663.7

........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................ ........................

8,478 .......................... .......................... 7,416 .......................... 12,729 .......................... .......................... 293 41,782 .......................... 2,427 307,054 132,924 189,631 56,109 32,672 1,675 .......................... 214,432 .......................... 37,240 310,807 20,701 34,261 1,283 8,654 .......................... 175 2,385 .......................... 3,731 6,295 7,879 57,414 7,135 .......................... 270 .......................... 81,545 35,733 17,076 4,593 .......................... .......................... 7,150 26,439 .......................... 31,536 .......................... 1,709,924

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-6.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 14, CP 15 and CP 16) CP 14 Wetland trees State Total acres treated
................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. .................

CP 15 Contour grass strips Total acres treated
3,442 ................. ................. ................. ................. 72,634 ................. ................. ................. 2,846 ................. 504 65,156 10,865 796,898 107,583 3,888 ................. ................. ................. ................. 788 57,394 ................. 43,802 ................. 10,446 ................. ................. 1,045 ................. 495 ................. ................. 292 ................. ................. 14,844 ................. 37 7,946 ................. 6,478 ................. ................. ................. 1,135,589 ................. 42,385 166 2,385,523

CP 16 Shelter belts Total acres treated
................. ................. 1,262 ................. ................. 1,494,119 ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 311,190 11,602 3,014 737,579 117,656 ................. ................. ................. ................. ................. 7,144 562,408 ................. 1,609 73,335 492,072 ................. ................. 175 ................. ................. 644 931,847 9,606 4,783 710 ................. ................. ................. 4,150,548 ................. 10,612 ................. ................. ................. 4,782 ................. 3,272 17,312 8,947,281

Total cost share
............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................

Cost share per acre treated 1
.................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. ..................

Total cost share
80.92 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 322.02 .......................... .......................... .......................... 152.53 .......................... .......................... 54.04 89.56 51.79 48.45 110.46 .......................... .......................... .......................... .......................... 85.54 73.49 .......................... 51.55 .......................... 57.95 .......................... .......................... 237.50 .......................... 123.75 .......................... .......................... 58.70 .......................... .......................... 193.78 .......................... 123.33 214.51 .......................... 58.21 .......................... .......................... .......................... 70.69 .......................... 79.24 .......................... 63.97

Cost share per acre treated 1
.................. .................. 4.3 .................. .................. 1,391.7 .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. 162.4 62.7 17.1 1,223.2 276.5 .................. .................. .................. .................. .................. 45.3 2,026.2 .................. 29.8 163.8 1,191.7 .................. .................. 0.3 .................. .................. 13.4 2,132.5 52.4 21.1 2.3 .................. .................. .................. 6,872.2 .................. 27.6 .................. .................. .................. 5.7 .................. 16.0 14.7 15,752.9

Total cost share
............................ ............................ 293.49 ............................ ............................ 1,073.59 ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ 1,916.19 202.13 176.26 654.87 512.66 ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ ............................ 235.00 297.36 ............................ 71.19 466.80 432.55 ............................ ............................ 583.33 ............................ ............................ 67.08 449.00 192.12 226.68 887.50 ............................ ............................ ............................ 624.73 ............................ 384.49 ............................ ............................ ............................ 1,912.80 ............................ 204.50 1,177.69 593.00

Cost share per acre treated 1

AL ......... AK ........ AZ ........ AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI ......... ID ......... IL .......... IN ......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ....... MA ........ MI ......... MN ....... MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ....... NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ........ UT ........ VT ........ VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US ....
1 Not

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-7.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 17, CP 18 and CP 19) CP 17 Living snow fences State Total acres treated
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 40.0 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1.5 11.1 1.8 63.0 19.3 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 2.5 1,644.8 ..................... ..................... 12.3 119.4 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 179.7 2.8 3.7 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 143.1 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 2.5 ..................... ..................... 10.9 1.0 2,259.4

CP 18 Salt tolerant grasses Total cost share
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 9,869 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,150 ..................... ..................... 51,481 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 240,360 ..................... ..................... 1,515,878 4,252 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 2,004,291 ..................... 227,539 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 136,844 ..................... 37,681 ..................... ..................... ..................... 16,978 ..................... ..................... 744 4,247,067

CP 19 Alley cropping Total cost share
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 4,557 ..................... 4,557

Total cost share
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 43,550 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 775 4,958 135 15,859 5,293 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 900 243,368 ..................... ..................... 7,654 39,501 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 77,235 400 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 63,017 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 243 ..................... ..................... 1,548 2,367 506,803

Cost share Total acres per acre treated treated 1
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,088.75 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 516.67 533.12 75.00 265.20 410.31 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 360.00 153.24 ..................... ..................... 622.28 424.74 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 449.83 142.86 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 444.09 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 97.20 ..................... ..................... 142.02 2,367.00 235.49 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 125.6 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 5.7 ..................... ..................... 2,372.9 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 4,599.3 ..................... ..................... 147,406.7 197.9 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 97,951.6 ..................... 9,824.1 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 3,585.6 ..................... 769.3 ..................... ..................... ..................... 402.7 ..................... ..................... 19.8 267,261.2

Cost share Total acres per acre treated treated 1
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 78.57 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 294.87 ..................... ..................... 21.99 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 53.82 ..................... ..................... 12.29 21.49 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 24.91 ..................... 23.97 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 40.37 ..................... 52.98 ..................... ..................... ..................... 44.96 ..................... ..................... 37.58 18.89 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 52.1 ..................... 52.1

Cost share per acre treated 1
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 87.47 ..................... 87.47

AL ......... AK ........ AZ ......... AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI .......... ID .......... IL .......... IN .......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ........ MA ........ MI ......... MN ........ MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ........ NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ......... UT ........ VT ......... VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US .....
1 Not

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-8.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 20, CP 21 and CP 22) CP 20 Alternative perennials State Total acres treated
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 10.0 ..................... ..................... 4.6 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... .....................

CP 21 Filter strips Total acres treated
580.2 9.3 ......................... 3,185.6 ......................... 294.1 19.7 1,061.4 ......................... 515.1 ......................... 918.5 118,564.5 39,523.5 193,847.8 16,139.7 23,823.6 373.4 130.8 17,740.7 14.6 25,434.9 121,554.7 5,870.2 33,248.5 81.5 14,489.2 ......................... 162.1 130.7 ......................... 299.8 6,297.9 6,625.2 31,521.4 664.9 1,898.1 858.6 ......................... 4,095.2 4,890.8 4,982.4 1,102.2 12.2 9.2 1,625.1 47,810.5 12.3 12,268.8 9.4 742,698.3

CP 22 Riparian buffer Total acres treated Total cost share Cost share per acre treated 1

Total cost share
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... .....................

Cost share per acre treated 1
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... .....................

Total cost share
47,519 3,518 ..................... 199,738 ..................... 5,163 2,751 253,780 ..................... 17,695 ..................... 67,703 5,888,342 3,863,003 10,223,720 819,487 2,311,211 14,493 27,137 2,717,118 1,072 2,882,379 7,575,079 303,887 1,705,409 1,716 808,179 ..................... 2,554 33,019 ..................... 35,224 1,093,124 201,726 1,515,281 26,071 100,804 204,689 ..................... 51,508 185,133 274,837 184,246 1,162 1,165 195,850 2,582,847 1,150 687,261 1,382 47,119,132

Cost share per acre treated 1

AL ......... AK ........ AZ ......... AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI ......... ID ......... IL .......... IN ......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ........ MA ........ MI ......... MN ........ MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ........ NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ......... UT ........ VT ......... VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US .....
1 Not

126.72 12,552.0 1,807,750 150.34 378.28 134.6 24,768 184.01 ..................... ..................... ....................... ..................... 70.16 8,113.5 594,473 81.14 ..................... 2,565.8 506,037 201.68 63.35 431.8 592,060 1,515.38 139.64 63.1 30,292 480.06 248.48 101.3 40,207 396.91 ..................... 67.5 1,505 22.30 39.07 587.3 140,391 369.45 ..................... 19.6 19,936 1,017.14 87.47 4,520.5 1,585,123 350.66 52.67 80,687.1 11,651,361 154.73 107.60 3,063.5 683,518 247.97 60.61 47,065.7 11,122,310 251.40 59.01 3,674.7 138,721 40.83 116.62 5,192.4 3,029,032 646.29 44.55 877.8 100,355 115.91 475.25 156.3 355,467 2,274.26 179.31 11,793.3 3,639,607 376.06 73.42 5.0 750 150.00 123.30 1,407.6 330,215 263.64 66.65 31,460.8 4,663,740 159.70 65.96 46,620.6 2,553,890 59.30 61.53 12,000.7 1,976,895 201.00 29.33 1,640.9 180,414 114.64 61.15 2,565.8 445,086 183.13 ..................... ..................... ....................... ..................... 16.53 22.0 20,328 1,129.33 252.63 17.8 6,923 388.93 ..................... 850.8 536,628 630.73 120.59 6,514.9 3,079,084 531.83 182.61 16,056.7 1,202,832 81.38 38.50 474.5 91,995 215.50 53.58 2,817.6 539,333 218.77 46.67 746.0 83,338 119.76 60.99 7,137.0 1,974,501 396.10 272.05 2,151.3 3,353,299 1,591.11 ..................... ..................... ....................... ..................... 30.17 26,071.3 1,186,974 62.77 46.68 1,726.7 829,176 505.13 75.32 1,228.6 180,229 161.28 211.12 1,558.9 258,538 175.15 95.25 50.3 20,465 406.86 126.63 593.2 374,940 691.01 135.14 9,592.1 9,853,291 1,106.99 58.44 10,496.9 9,465,164 966.87 93.50 189.9 49,716 286.88 80.20 7,290.0 1,574,427 220.56 147.02 1,328.3 388,255 292.85 71.29 374,284.0 81,283,339 239.86

14.6 ..................... .....................

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-9.—Conservation Reserve Program (CRP): Enrollment by practice, under contract, January 2002
(CP 23, CP 24 and CP 25) CP 23 Wetland restoration State Total acres treated
72.6 ..................... ..................... 13,992.7 5,109.4 982.4 ..................... 127.8 ..................... 326.7 ..................... 1,401.8 41,300.1 6,425.8 16,435.2 4,427.5 34.7 23,936.6 ..................... 1,362.0 ..................... 4,471.5 283,350.9 12,143.1 3,860.7 4,994.9 14,975.5 ..................... ..................... 1.0 ..................... 51.5 912.0 770,267.8 3,242.6 1,369.6 465.4 157.8 ..................... 283.6 389,452.6 861.8 8,820.8 ..................... ..................... 105.0 3,755.7 ..................... 11,215.0 ..................... 1,630,694.1

CP 24 Cross wind trap strips Total acres treated
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 96.2 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 41.3 98.2 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 32.0 ..................... ..................... 26.5 49.0 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 3.5 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 14.8 ..................... 99.4 ..................... ..................... ..................... 13.6 ..................... ..................... 16.5 491.0

CP 25 Rare and declining habitat Total acres treated
509.8 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,561.0 4.7 17,870.1 99,621.5 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 38,850.4 ..................... 25,886.9 131,694.1 48,984.5 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 21.7 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,023.6 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 5,422.1 ..................... 371,450.4

Total cost share
4,279 ....................... ....................... 583,770 125,262 107,531 ....................... 64,873 ....................... 12,920 ....................... 46,875 4,287,035 475,847 1,279,356 111,704 1,749 513,792 ....................... 809,859 ....................... 1,053,269 15,639,618 379,298 158,315 297,807 273,923 ....................... ....................... 1,500 ....................... 10,925 90,096 11,523,441 654,840 27,230 59,272 268,050 ....................... 4,391 11,093,571 12,147 300,193 ....................... ....................... 150,183 337,884 ....................... 702,627 ....................... 51,463,432

Cost share per acre treated 1
77.52 ......................... ......................... 69.48 24.56 109.68 ......................... 507.61 ......................... 88.01 ......................... 41.55 136.03 147.33 139.56 46.20 145.75 53.83 ......................... 725.55 ......................... 274.01 60.28 65.79 100.57 72.19 27.59 ......................... ......................... 1,500.00 ......................... 225.26 113.30 23.58 286.25 36.16 250.62 1,754.25 ......................... 18.86 36.23 50.03 56.61 ......................... ......................... 1,430.31 94.06 ......................... 115.33 ......................... 43.97

Total cost share
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 10,535 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 2,245 3,624 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 6,202 ..................... ..................... 318 66 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,656 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,116 ..................... 1,267 ..................... ..................... ..................... 1,220 ..................... ..................... 1,764 30,013

Cost share per acre treated 1
..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 109.51 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 102.98 45.99 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 193.81 ..................... ..................... 34.95 36.67 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 473.14 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 75.89 ..................... 47.99 ..................... ..................... ..................... 89.71 ..................... ..................... 106.91 95.47

Total cost share
1,754 ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... 144,929 ....................... 2,456,121 3,924,996 ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... 4,311,185 ....................... 2,095,166 5,438,228 2,860,693 ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... 1,769 ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... 75,511 ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... ....................... 904,756 ....................... 22,215,108

Cost share per acre treated 1
55.51 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 93.84 ..................... 169.83 44.72 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 113.65 ..................... 88.09 41.97 67.17 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 81.52 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 81.78 ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... 169.96 ..................... 64.68

AL ......... AK ........ AZ ......... AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ CT ........ DE ........ FL ......... GA ........ HI .......... ID .......... IL .......... IN .......... IA .......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MD ........ MA ........ MI ......... MN ........ MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........ NH ........ NJ ......... NM ........ NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ PR ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ......... UT ........ VT ......... VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... US .....
1 Not

including acres which receive no cost share. Note: Total acres treated may not add due to rounding. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

Table 12-10.—Emergency Conservation Program: Assistance, by State and Caribbean area, fiscal years 1991–2001 1
Year Emergency Conservation Program 1,000 dollars 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 2001 ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. ................................................................................. 12,579 9,532 23,709 35,825 27,348 26,867 30,847 20,533 40,226 97,970 55,246

1 Totals are from unrounded data. FSA, Conservation and Environmental Protection Division, (202) 720–4053.

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Table 12-11.—Forestry Incentives Program: Practices performed, by States and Caribbean area, 2000 and 2001 fiscal year and cumulative 1975–2001 1
2000 State Improving a stand of forest trees Acres 250 0 0 437 508 0 0 135 0 0 0 113 699 882 296 177 395 335 253 762 120 249 147 0 522 437 20 0 389 10 0 305 1,928 0 81 429 1,732 269 0 0 4,268 102 377 1,800 0 75 1,481 1,938 662 317 809 23,709 Site prep for natural regeneration Acres 0 0 0 158 213 0 0 164 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 10 0 0 0 10 0 47 0 100 0 0 0 3 0 0 0 8 0 0 0 0 15 0 0 9,404 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 10 118 0 10,280 2001 Improving a stand of forest trees Acres 1,679 0 0 440 275 0 0 0 0 0 0 84 763 888 354 175 299 308 199 178 282 185 124 0 492 87 59 0 397 42 0 396 4,860 0 1,203 160 2,042 579 0 0 1,200 105 416 1,160 0 360 1,959 1,778 729 127 844 25,228 Site prep for natural regeneration Acres 0 0 0 0 94 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 20 0 0 0 0 0 110 0 0 0 0 0 185 0 0 22 0 0 0 56 0 0 0 0 400 18 0 0 0 30 0 0 0 37 0 972 Cumulative 1975–2001 Improving a stand of forest trees Acres 36,556 44 1,807 112,791 12,345 131 7,854 4,296 360 27,584 0 4,131 41,731 89,540 10,417 5,353 58,905 47,881 21,637 18,779 38,294 38,573 14,041 31,732 86,243 5,636 188 273 31,962 12,332 7,341 68,407 33,303 141 90,290 36,952 38,480 41,088 10 2,653 29,830 5,832 17,212 59,360 12 23,046 65,697 23,124 101,143 35,950 21,609 1,462,896 Site prep for natural regeneration Acres 1,449 8,707 0 607 326 10 0 1,297 233 1,481 0 32 397 960 31 0 1,981 6,440 10 121 220 25 1,781 245 392 117 0 0 1,552 20 0 142 1,308 0 2,125 618 0 351 0 10 10,353 28 425 1,243 0 280 582 20 20 5,061 0 51,000

Planting trees

Planting trees

Planting trees

AL ...... AK ...... AZ ...... AR ...... CA ...... CO ..... CT ...... DE ...... FL ...... GA ..... HI ....... ID ....... IL ........ IN ....... IA ....... KS ...... KY ...... LA ...... ME ..... MD ..... MA ..... MI ....... MN ..... MS ..... MO ..... MT ..... NE ...... NV ...... NH ..... NJ ...... NM ..... NY ...... NC ..... ND ..... OH ..... OK ..... OR ..... PA ...... PR ...... RI ....... SC ...... SD ...... TN ...... TX ...... UT ...... VT ...... VA ...... WA ..... WV ..... WI ...... WY ..... Total
1 In

Acres 10,063 20 0 7,051 194 13 0 591 11,900 13,615 22 217 14 35 0 6 117 2,386 0 2,021 5 405 371 22,201 25 45 6 0 18 25 0 0 7,033 0 797 1,937 631 164 15 0 14,258 0 477 5,480 0 0 12,956 981 34 897 0 117,026

Acres 10,337 25 0 8,835 102 10 0 807 10,153 8,801 0 190 0 10 0 0 306 3,791 0 1,527 0 299 298 9,884 10 0 0 0 4 160 0 10 6,234 0 502 1,005 788 100 10 0 4,000 0 286 12,645 0 10 10,378 906 38 869 0 93,330

Acres 374,368 193 13 257,942 10,576 397 12 12,124 351,788 397,474 272 3,209 133 4,255 3,461 457 5,547 238,997 6,878 36,352 703 31,154 18,549 420,710 12,245 341 569 526 276 205 65 91 387,066 207 15,931 26,311 64,472 6,030 1,528 1,153 350,314 29 35,973 250,961 0 481 441,538 51,076 7,153 37,995 4 3,868,104

1974, the program was part of the Rural Environmental Conservation Program (now called the Agricultural Conservation Program). Data for the program year were published in the 1974 Rural Environmental Conservation Program Summary. In 1975 it became a separately funded program. NRCS, Conservation Operations Division (202) 720–1845.

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Table 12-12.—Forestry Incentives Program: Participation and assistance, by States and Caribbean area, 2000 and 2001 fiscal years
2000 State Number of participants Number AL ............ AK ............ AZ ............ AR ............ CA ............ CO ........... CT ............ DE ............ FL ............ GA ........... HI ............. ID ............. IL .............. IN ............. IA ............. KS ............ KY ............ LA ............ ME ........... MD ........... MA ........... MI ............. MN ........... MS ........... MO ........... MT ........... NE ............ NV ............ NH ........... NJ ............ NM ........... NY ............ NC ........... ND ........... OH ........... OK ........... OR ........... PA ............ PR ............ RI ............. SC ............ SD ............ TN ............ TX ............ UT ............ VT ............ VA ............ WA ........... WV ........... WI ............ WY ........... Total ..... 216 1 0 214 41 2 0 20 212 393 2 17 18 19 9 6 20 54 27 63 8 43 15 676 31 17 4 0 22 11 0 24 251 0 76 37 68 33 1 0 416 7 13 363 0 5 332 110 41 91 20 4,049 Area served Acres 10,313 20 0 7,646 915 13 0 890 11,900 13,615 22 330 713 917 296 183 522 2,721 253 2,783 135 654 565 22,201 647 482 26 0 410 35 0 305 8,969 0 878 2,366 2,363 448 15 0 27,930 102 854 7,280 0 75 14,457 2,919 706 1,332 809 151,015 Cost share paid Dollars 539,005 3,478 0 334,115 135,420 5,860 0 30,041 1,189,477 614,583 11,230 32,310 24,122 25,420 18,616 6,338 27,191 122,737 20,367 99,497 7,510 66,582 43,420 1,053,349 20,245 57,000 3,599 0 23,290 5,579 0 21,125 387,304 0 97,534 115,013 171,005 22,298 2,880 0 592,992 10,073 45,110 220,758 0 4,960 557,658 249,956 22,578 131,024 39,876 7,212,525 Number of participants Number 250 2 0 246 23 1 0 23 209 335 0 12 20 20 12 8 31 87 21 57 20 22 18 345 19 3 6 0 25 7 0 34 279 0 89 24 99 47 1 0 400 9 10 286 0 30 367 135 58 136 15 3,841 2001 Area served Acres 12,016 25 0 9,275 471 10 0 807 10,153 8,801 0 274 763 898 354 175 625 4,099 199 1,705 282 484 532 9,884 502 87 59 0 586 202 0 428 11,094 0 1,705 1,221 2,830 679 10 0 5,600 123 702 13,805 0 400 12,337 2,684 767 1,033 844 119,530 Cost share paid Dollars 627,300 3,478 0 392,860 71,927 3,737 0 31,655 580,176 697,751 0 31,629 29,100 23,730 23,031 10,671 29,820 180,497 14,082 65,470 11,309 35,373 68,958 379,760 11,194 4,100 5,479 0 35,489 3,877 0 30,708 508,807 0 126,383 57,390 259,699 29,405 1,920 0 400,000 13,737 38,714 581,897 0 26,300 640,468 240,416 31,813 162,779 42,500 6,565,389

NRCS,Conservation Operations Division (202)720–1845.

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Table 12-13.—Soil conservation districts: Funds appropriated by State and local governments for conservation programs, fiscal year ending Sept. 30, 1998
State or Territory Actual appropriations 1,000 dollars AK ................................................................................................................................... AL ................................................................................................................................... AR .................................................................................................................................. AZ ................................................................................................................................... CA .................................................................................................................................. CO .................................................................................................................................. CT ................................................................................................................................... DE .................................................................................................................................. FL ................................................................................................................................... GA .................................................................................................................................. HI .................................................................................................................................... IA .................................................................................................................................... ID .................................................................................................................................... IL .................................................................................................................................... IN .................................................................................................................................... KS ................................................................................................................................... KY ................................................................................................................................... LA ................................................................................................................................... MA .................................................................................................................................. MD .................................................................................................................................. ME .................................................................................................................................. MI ................................................................................................................................... MN .................................................................................................................................. MO .................................................................................................................................. MS .................................................................................................................................. MT .................................................................................................................................. NC .................................................................................................................................. ND .................................................................................................................................. NE .................................................................................................................................. NH .................................................................................................................................. NJ ................................................................................................................................... NM .................................................................................................................................. NV .................................................................................................................................. NY .................................................................................................................................. OH .................................................................................................................................. OK .................................................................................................................................. OR .................................................................................................................................. PA ................................................................................................................................... Pacific Basin 1 ................................................................................................................ Caribbean 2 ..................................................................................................................... RI .................................................................................................................................... SC .................................................................................................................................. SD .................................................................................................................................. TN ................................................................................................................................... TX ................................................................................................................................... UT ................................................................................................................................... VA ................................................................................................................................... VT ................................................................................................................................... WA .................................................................................................................................. WI ................................................................................................................................... WV .................................................................................................................................. WY .................................................................................................................................. Total ........................................................................................................................
1 Pacific 2 Caribbean includes Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. Basin includes Guam and Northern Marianas. NRCS, Conservation Operations Division, (202) 720-1845.

466 8,248 13,840 2,995 82,565 7,960 4,655 14,095 9,809 5,910 2,458 17,254 10,307 15,148 12,542 6,687 20,908 3,916 9,338 43,313 2,888 15,029 48,119 35,374 5,680 2,231 24,464 5,759 60,929 736 83,430 3,358 8,793 34,630 27,291 16,888 4,466 70,530 353 7,561 2,951 3,845 2,449 6,819 17,195 85,704 11,409 7,971 31,418 40,023 10,867 3,782 975,359

Table 12-14.—Soil conservation districts: Number organized each year, approximate total area and land in farms, United States and Territories, 1986–95
Number districts organized 2 Year 1 Net increase for the year Number 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... 7 —6 15 ..................................... —1 0 0 —2 0 0 Cumulative total Number 2,947 2,941 2,956 2,956 2,955 2,955 2,955 2,953 2,953 2,953 Total area in districts New districts and additions 1,000 acres —24,839 3,219 —13,837 ..................................... —3,227 29,692 —64,101 37,627 0 0 Cumulative total 1,000 acres 2,194,315 2,197,534 2,183,697 2,183,697 2,180,470 2,210,162 2,146,061 2,183,688 2,183,688 2,183,688

1 Fiscal year Oct. 1 through Sept. 30. 2 Totals at the end of each year are net, including corrections and adjustments made during the year. NRCS, Resource Conservation and Community Development Division, (202) 720–4072.

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Table 12-15.—Soil conservation districts: Number of districts organized, approximate total area and number of farms, cumulative through Sept. 30, 1995
State or Territory Districts organized 1 Approximate area and number of farms within organized districts Total area Number Alabama .............................................. Alaska ................................................. Arizona ................................................ Arkansas ............................................. California ............................................. Colorado ............................................. Connecticut ......................................... Delaware ............................................. District of Columbia ............................ Florida ................................................. Georgia ............................................... Hawaii ................................................. Idaho ................................................... Illinois .................................................. Indiana ................................................ Iowa .................................................... Kansas ................................................ Kentucky ............................................. Louisiana ............................................ Maine .................................................. Maryland ............................................. Massachusetts .................................... Michigan ............................................. Minnesota ........................................... Mississippi .......................................... Missouri .............................................. Montana .............................................. Nebraska ............................................ Nevada ............................................... New Hampshire .................................. New Jersey ......................................... New Mexico ........................................ New York ............................................ North Carolina .................................... North Dakota ...................................... Ohio .................................................... Oklahoma ........................................... Oregon ................................................ Pennsylvania ...................................... Rhode Island ...................................... South Carolina .................................... South Dakota ...................................... Tennessee .......................................... Texas .................................................. Utah .................................................... Vermont .............................................. Virginia ................................................ Washington ......................................... West Virginia ...................................... Wisconsin ........................................... Wyoming ............................................. US ................................................... Caribbean ........................................... Pacific Basin 2 ..................................... Totals ...........................................
1 For

Farms (and ranches) Thousands 116 1 6 52 55 31 4 8 0 60 78 6 32 89 76 107 134 170 28 17 33 6 59 124 126 146 30 60 3 3 9 27 49 154 63 101 128 31 52 1 26 42 163 285 15 7 52 42 17 83 10 3,017 31 6 3,054 32,454 358,267 73,090 33,074 64,351 58,774 398 1,309 44 32,686 37,261 4,035 52,416 28,502 23,165 36,016 52,286 25,396 26,414 18,735 6,636 5,065 36,034 50,762 29,816 41,446 91,141 47,795 70,759 5,955 4,983 74,453 30,488 33,709 42,958 26,260 44,000 58,730 28,906 675 19,912 49,353 25,353 165,607 52,410 6,186 25,346 38,239 14,439 35,938 59,326

1,000 acres 67 10 38 75 117 79 8 3 1 63 40 16 51 98 92 100 105 121 43 16 24 16 83 90 82 113 59 23 29 10 16 47 57 100 60 88 89 45 66 3 46 69 95 212 39 14 45 47 14 72 32 2,928 18 7 2,953

2,181,353 2,311 23 2,183,687

specific procedure on organization of soil conservation districts, reference should be made to each of the respective 2 Guam, Northern Mariana Island, American Samoa, and Federated States of MiState soil conservation district’s laws. cronesia. NRCS, Resource Conservation and Community Development Division, (202) 720–4072.

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Table 12-16.—Soil surveys: Total area mapped for resource planning and other uses under all programs, by States and Territories, year ending Sept. 30, 1998, and cumulative through Sept. 30, 1998
Progressive Soil Survey Program 1 State or Territory Work during year ending Sept. 30, 1998 Total to date Acres mapped 1,170,754 206,693 94,101 648,640 569,437 371,768 0 0 78,244 122,053 0 0 173,866 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 126,340 454,927 428,599 914,672 121,359 1,264,206 268,465 188,922 59,235 45,135 4,275 132,570 193,631 100,751 0 0 217,872 0 0 0 0 0 0 263,723 495,448 406,000 352,363 57,060 240,600 185,124 109,701 415,042 10,481,576 Acres updated 165,000 0 70,261 0 15,000 62,560 48,000 18,500 0 193,321 140,938 338,036 117,500 1,978,902 383,071 77,454 139,092 64,267 55,105 268,698 54,139 7,920 360,381 1,156 0 82,626 87,212 229,259 328,325 37,558 189,100 491,707 0 35,720 109,349 207,828 243,620 305,000 0 11,325 0 98,757 147,990 238,625 1,775,225 77,182 0 12,995 81,900 429,040 261,804 4,744 10,046,192 Acres 44,549,753 30,039,863 33,643,815 49,082,581 76,402,501 64,328,486 3,211,700 1,308,500 34,733,118 35,196,871 4,042,820 36,016,200 36,089,913 36,060,840 23,158,600 52,657,500 25,815,272 30,561,000 5,301,800 6,695,000 17,090,862 35,003,991 45,387,084 41,735,508 28,554,970 81,909,846 31,126,800 44,966,592 50,004,936 5,413,458 4,865,375 69,638,366 60,023,901 29,128,330 26,414,944 44,771,700 38,632,727 28,997,200 545,032 2,333,800 775,900 19,912,100 49,354,542 26,317,003 163,616,542 47,816,853 23,751,921 5,184,845 38,721,119 32,915,071 14,697,657 45,875,357 1,784,380,465

AK .............................................................. AL ............................................................... AR .............................................................. AZ .............................................................. CA .............................................................. CO .............................................................. CT .............................................................. DE .............................................................. FL ............................................................... GA .............................................................. HI ............................................................... IA ................................................................ ID ............................................................... IL ................................................................ IN ............................................................... KS .............................................................. KY .............................................................. LA ............................................................... MA .............................................................. MD ............................................................. ME .............................................................. MI ............................................................... MN ............................................................. MO ............................................................. MS .............................................................. MT .............................................................. NC .............................................................. ND .............................................................. NE .............................................................. NH .............................................................. NJ ............................................................... NM ............................................................. NV .............................................................. NY .............................................................. OH .............................................................. OK .............................................................. OR .............................................................. PA .............................................................. PB 2 ............................................................ PR 3 ............................................................ RI ............................................................... SC .............................................................. SD .............................................................. TN .............................................................. TX .............................................................. UT .............................................................. VA .............................................................. VT .............................................................. WA ............................................................. WI ............................................................... WV ............................................................. WY ............................................................. Total ....................................................
1 The

National Cooperative Soil Survey of the Natural Resources Conservation Service and cooperating agencies is designed to locate, describe, and show on maps the different kinds of soil and make multiple-use interpretations of each kind 2 Pacific Basin (PB) is a new addition. It includes the Amerof soil for town-and-country planning and for other purposes. ican Trust Territories of American Samoa, Islands of Aunuu, Ofu, Olosega, Tau, and Tutuila; Federated States of Micronesia Islands of Kosrae, Ponape, Truk and Yap; Territory of Guam; Islands of Airik, Arno, Majuro, Mili, and Taroa, Republic of the Marshall Islands; Islands of Aguijan, Rota, Saipan and Tinian, Commonwealth of the Northern Mariana Islands; and Islands 3 Puerto Rico (PR) includes acreages for Virgin Islands. This was previously designated as of Palau, Republic of Palau. Caribbean. NRCS, Soil Survey Division, (202) 720–1820.

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Table 12-17.—Land protected from erosion by soil conservation practices: Applied through farmer-district cooperation and cooperation with other agencies, with Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) assistance, by States and Territories, year ending Sept. 30, 1995
State or Territory Cropland Acres 16,813 5,674 1,268 171,086 350,443 617,111 2,735 12,688 317,341 134,345 62,436 284,170 1,622,002 405,628 1,133,191 809,085 0 275,325 770 33,066 6,073 170,678 316,831 325,793 214,859 844,064 201,450 491 5,450 13,592 188,165 127,621 311,862 420,526 118,346 126,928 424,395 0 119 82,929 844,468 285,600 4,343,415 18,415 6,207 124,559 3,991 648 371,277 40,824 16,813 16,211,566 Pasture and hayland Acres 11,368 2,175 157 183,690 5,790 58,664 5 438 337,925 17,901 5,208 11,273 38,204 1,197 12,754 33,396 0 73,096 2,134 894 134 17,095 6,091 125,133 40,405 106,881 17,666 51,881 6,440 458 13,786 6,284 12,588 52,730 8,608 78,662 31,200 0 27 32,786 125,808 14,149 2,050,347 11,615 39 84,893 16,787 5,928 4,251 27,274 11,368 3,757,583 Range native pasture Acres 11,418 0 1,157,896 4,838 242,707 460,378 0 0 274,838 0 58,984 17,848 0 2,494 117 199,418 0 14,112 0 0 33 269 611 0 35 899,675 406,764 397,963 0 0 2,574,056 33 4 238,702 28 47,065 176,443 0 0 0 1,105,167 0 8,088,141 194,402 0 24 0 0 45 359,287 11,418 16,945,213 Woodland Acres 97 21 0 36,221 7,018 937 0 25 26,287 18,721 41 560 1,901 957 1,869 58 0 97,380 47 0 0 9,536 1,629 79,118 10,556 1,005 147 0 4,621 0 8,973 0 1,867 948 3,073 4,037 2,147 0 0 38,685 263 564 2,816,961 0 0 3,184 3,652 74 2,519 328 97 3,186,124 Wildlife Acres 119 240 0 19,282 29,055 12,405 0 0 4,219 369 0 30 3,586 299 15,296 1,164 0 132,344 0 0 16 6,162 7,613 33,731 9,594 23,461 1,206 166,398 312 37 194,874 0 128 22,668 289 4,348 7,801 0 0 18,718 21,745 0 537,553 9,731 0 1,538 378 700 2,761 2,779 119 1,293,068 Recreation Acres 2 0 0 7 217 5 0 0 482 0 0 72 5 2 71 0 0 287 0 0 0 326 111 261 1 370 0 2 499 0 45 0 13 15 0 7 0 0 4 119 200 0 31,358 3 0 0 23 17 0 10 2 34,536 Other land Acres 0 27,687 0 300 4,572 5,461 0 1 1,953 3,486 33 0 1,893 5,297 4,537 524 0 1,915 2 5 2 43,726 3,798 3,305 11,741 195 738 44,435 514 121 151 142 1,668 14,011 635 0 236 0 0 4,145 9,940 201 62,393 176 3 153 2,706 52 0 76 0 262,929 Total land protected Acres 39,817 35,797 1,159,321 415,424 639,802 1,154,961 2,740 13,152 963,045 174,822 126,702 313,953 1,667,591 415,874 1,167,835 1,043,645 0 594,459 2,953 33,965 6,258 247,792 336,684 567,341 287,191 1,875,651 627,971 661,170 17,836 14,208 2,980,050 134,080 328,130 749,600 130,979 261,047 642,222 0 150 177,382 2,107,591 300,514 17,930,168 234,342 6,249 214,351 27,537 7,419 380,853 430,578 39,817 41,691,019

AL ................ AK ................ AZ ................ AR ............... CA ............... CO ............... CT ................ DE ............... FL ................ GA ............... HI ................. ID ................. IL ................. IN ................. IA ................. KS ................ KY ................ LA ................ ME ............... MD ............... MA ............... MI ................ MN ............... MS ............... MO ............... MT ............... NE ............... NV ............... NH ............... NJ ................ NM ............... NY ............... NC ............... ND ............... OH ............... OK ............... OR ............... PA ................ RI ................. SC ............... SD ............... TN ................ TX ................ UT ................ VT ................ VA ................ WA ............... WV ............... WI ................ WY ............... PR 1 ............. Total .........
1 Puerto

Rico and Virgin Islands. NRCS, Operations Management and Oversight Division, (202) 720–3906.

Table 12-18.—Land protected from erosion by soil conservation practices: Newly applied in soil conservation districts with Natural Resources Conservation Service (NRCS) assistance, fiscal years 1991–95
Land protected from erosion Cropland ........................... Pasture and hayland ........ Range and native pasture Woodland .......................... Wildlife .............................. Recreation ........................ All others .......................... Total land protected ...... Acres ......do ......do ......do ......do ......do ......do Unit ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... ...................... 1991 23,301,183 4,387,931 28,413,329 1,481,606 2,142,766 81,489 304,115 60,112,419 1992 27,221,042 4,547,619 24,831,891 1,387,574 1,858,827 127,621 283,633 60,258,207 1993 29,011,585 4,321,933 25,472,427 2,564,233 1,922,912 49,530 246,933 63,589,553 1994 22,707,109 5,027,169 29,943,787 4,919,308 2,288,598 63,612 303,440 65,253,023 1995 16,211,566 3,757,583 16,945,213 3,186,124 1,293,068 34,536 262,929 41,691,019

Acres ......................

NRCS, Operations Management and Oversight Division, (202) 720–3906.

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Table 12-19.—Conservation plans: Active district cooperators and conservation plans prepared under all programs and area covered in soil conservation districts with Natural Resources Conservation Service assistance, by States and Territories, year ending Sept. 30, 1995
Progress, year ending Sept. 30, 1995 State or Territory New SCD cooperators Number Alabama .......................................................................... Alaska .............................................................................. Arizona ............................................................................ Arkansas .......................................................................... California ......................................................................... Colorado .......................................................................... Connecticut ...................................................................... Delaware ......................................................................... Florida .............................................................................. Georgia ............................................................................ Hawaii .............................................................................. Idaho ................................................................................ Illinois ............................................................................... Indiana ............................................................................. Iowa ................................................................................. Kansas ............................................................................. Kentucky .......................................................................... Louisana .......................................................................... Maine ............................................................................... Maryland .......................................................................... Massachusetts ................................................................. Michigan .......................................................................... Minnesota ........................................................................ Mississippi ....................................................................... Missouri ........................................................................... Montana ........................................................................... Nebraska ......................................................................... Nevada ............................................................................ New Hampshire ............................................................... New Jersey ...................................................................... New Mexico ..................................................................... New York ......................................................................... North Carolina ................................................................. North Dakota ................................................................... Ohio ................................................................................. Oklahoma ........................................................................ Oregon ............................................................................. Pennsylvania ................................................................... Rhode Island ................................................................... South Carolina ................................................................. South Dakota ................................................................... Tennessee ....................................................................... Texas ............................................................................... Utah ................................................................................. Vermont ........................................................................... Virginia ............................................................................. Washington ...................................................................... West Virginia ................................................................... Wisconsin ........................................................................ Wyoming .......................................................................... Puerto Rico 2 ................................................................... Total .............................................................................
1 Includes

New conservation plans 1 Acres 16,368 21,842 652,834 375,299 108,749 546,157 1,131 373,240 217,744 56,816 34,505 206,980 463,250 307,759 230,577 125,463 140,788 241,713 20,790 52,279 10,785 167,356 1,676,000 177,414 145,533 419,498 147,087 41,659 9,122 21,583 1,978,963 8,041 152,688 562,714 91,943 2,638,733 370,144 52,738 1,157 130,763 191,338 2,490 1,336,056 472,126 10,517 137,572 50,312 32,488 116,870 505,028 16,368 15,869,370

Acres 6,030 1,685 356,016 82,519 158,942 294,077 10,109 1,106,007 164,471 1,445 128,614 27,332 91,295 4,735,275 417,687 21,823 60,476 127,008 5,204 8,990 1,369 4,126 83,320 56,286 275,978 10,328 245,352 62,523 4,424 11,381 167,568 973 60,847 17,626 35,132 1,314,339 52,530 14,494 1,116 150,082 42,075 135,189 1,172,265 179,604 2,281 15,158 934 17,162 5,755 11,796 6,030 11,963,048

136 6 74 444 359 379 64 7,154 328 2 221 122 501 71,745 2,873 157 595 583 47 87 20 39 2,965 640 1,113 7 204 172 28 65 118 18 877 19 256 1,511 101 164 8 877 319 1,507 2,486 123 12 278 9 73 45 203 136 100,270

conservation plans prepared on farms and ranches of SCD cooperators who signed agreements in prior 2 Puerto Rico and Virgin Islands. years. NRCS, Operations Management and Oversight Division, (202) 720–3906.

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Table 12-20.—Interim EQIP/GPCP 1: Status of cost-share contracts, by States, year ending Sept. 30, 2000 2
State Designated counties Active land treatment contracts in operation 2000 Number CO ....................... KS ........................ MT ....................... NE ........................ NM ....................... ND ....................... OK ....................... SD ........................ TX ........................ WY ....................... Total .................
1 EQIP

2000 1,000 acres 100 73 33 14 25 102 103 42 211 34 737
2 As

Number 38 62 46 65 27 48 44 51 156 19 556

436.0 55.7 385.3 39.1 634.8 180.0 53.9 161.7 655.9 243.6 2,846.0 authorized by

-- Environmental Quality Incentives Program; GPCP -- Great Plains Conservation Program. the Act of Congress April 4, 1996, (Public Law 127, 104th Congress). NRCS, Conservation Operations Division, (202) 720–1845.

Table 12-21.—Great Plains Conservation Program: Status of cost-share contracts, by States, year ending Sept. 30, 2000 1
State Designated counties Active land treatment contracts in operation 2000 Number CO ....................... KS ........................ MT ....................... NE ........................ NM ....................... ND ....................... OK ....................... SD ........................ TX ........................ WY ....................... Total .................
1 As

2000 1,000 acres 122 216 91 168 97 214 291 228 174 64 1,665 551.6 146.9 700.1 479.0 1,674.1 467.7 205.9 862.2 395.2 570.7 6,053.4

Number 38 62 46 65 27 48 44 51 156 19 556

authorized by the Act of Congress August 7, 1956 (Public Law 1021, 84th Congress). NRCS, Conservation Operations Division, (202) 720–1845.

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Table 12-22.—Watershed protection and flood prevention projects: Works of improvement installed with the assistance of the Natural Resources Conservation Service with watershed protection and flood prevention funds for year ending Sept. 30, 1995 1 2
Item Flood prevention subwatersheds in operation during year ................................. Watershed projects in operation during year ...................................................... Land protected from erosion: Cropland ....................................................................................................... Pasture and hayland ..................................................................................... Range and native pasture ............................................................................ Woodland ...................................................................................................... Wildlife .......................................................................................................... Recreation ..................................................................................................... Other ............................................................................................................. Total land 3 ................................................................................................
1 As

Unit Number ...................... ......do ......................... Acres ......do ......do ......do ......do ......do ......do ......................... ......................... ......................... ......................... ......................... ......................... .........................

Watershed and flood prevention projects 318 1,591 291,118 158,665 340,303 15,597 30,226 3,973 13,843 855,634

......do .........................

authorized by the Soil Conservation Act of 1935 (Public Law 46, 74th Congress) and Watershed Protection and Flood 2 All of the 11 watersheds were approved Dec. 22, 1944; Prevention Act P.L. 566, as amended. No update available. 3 Land protected data inhowever, flood control funds did not become available for works of improvement until 1946. cluded in Table 12-22 ‘‘Land Protected From Erosion by Soil Conservation Practices.’’ NRCS, Watershed and Wetlands Division, (202) 720–3527.

Table 12-23.—Small watershed protection and flood prevention projects: Accomplishments for years ending Sept. 30, 1993–97
Item Small watershed protection: 1 Land treatment: 2 Forest land ......................................... Cropland ............................................ Pastureland ........................................ Total land treatment ....................... Land owners assisted ........................... Flood prevention: 3 Land treatment: 2 Forest land ......................................... Cropland ............................................ Pastureland ........................................ Total land treatment ....................... Land owners assisted ........................... Unit of measure 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997

Acres .................. ......do ................. ......do ................. ......do ................. Number ...............

38,322 501 170 38,993 3,534

16,806 626 28 17,460 1,483

1,905 0 7,284 9,189 1,465

2,193 1,160 45 3,398 1,348

8,402 741 88 9,233 1,186

Acres .................. ......do ................. ......do ................. ......do ................. Number ...............

2,196 ................ ................ 2,196 1,452

6,335 ................ 40 6,375 1,528

63,028 575 83 63,686 2,461

8,682 1,668 92 10,442 2,265

6,541 20 78 6,639 1,183

1 As authorized by the Watershed Protection and Flood Prevention Act of 1954 (Public Law 83–566), as amended. Ac2 Reported in complishments are limited to activities accomplished solely by small watershed protection program funds. 3 As authorized by land use categories consistent with those reported by the National Resources Conservation Service. the Navigation and Flood Control Act of 1944 (Public Law 78–534), as amended. Accomplishments are limited to activities accomplished solely by small watershed protection program funds. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-24.—Tree planting: Acres seeded and acres of tree planting, in States and Territories, fiscal year 2000
Federal lands State or other area Total Total Acres 1,804 3,702 2,257 26,988 22,424 3,525 124 1,723 45,784 290,107 1,350 20,610 20,210 6,529 8,435 1,870 6,288 69,082 4,189 7,348 325 15,336 36,133 223,358 3,840 9,425 2,090 65 856 78 2,713 6,245 83,889 3,755 2,531 7,646 75,511 973 1 108,682 6,800 10,954 50,574 2,534 27 80,764 64,432 1,719 29,817 2,613 1,378,035 0 4,268 1,382,303 Acres 1,804 225 2,256 2,038 19,435 1,227 4 0 7,245 2,216 0 14,200 1,525 105 0 7 135 1,299 0 3 0 4,437 3,346 3,889 129 9,094 69 60 0 1 2,163 0 1,575 13 177 285 26,967 274 0 1,250 53 345 819 1,463 27 254 17,181 0 2,092 1,749 131,436 0 0 131,436 National Forest System Acres 1,099 221 2,106 2,038 18,618 842 0 0 3,724 111 0 13,582 1,525 50 0 0 132 1,254 0 0 0 4,405 2,948 3,721 93 7,354 0 30 0 0 508 0 749 0 177 0 19,981 274 0 217 0 246 509 869 24 115 10,810 0 1,616 1,749 101,697 0 0 101,697 Other 3 Acres 705 4 150 0 817 385 4 0 3,521 2,105 0 618 0 55 0 7 3 45 0 3 0 32 398 168 36 1,740 69 30 0 1 1,655 0 826 13 0 285 6,986 0 0 1,033 53 99 310 594 3 139 6,371 0 476 0 29,739 0 0 29,739 Non-federal public 1 lands Acres 0 1,583 0 450 45 0 4 0 9,049 1,111 0 2,772 1,117 174 364 60 0 1,116 0 445 122 9,450 20,873 15,529 772 307 14 0 0 6 2 695 1,092 0 143 1,173 3,806 0 0 5,760 91 327 97 266 0 367 18,320 14 5,475 0 102,991 0 4,268 107,259 Private 2 lands Acres 0 1,894 1 24,500 2,944 2,298 116 1,723 29,490 286,780 1,350 3,638 17,568 6,250 8,071 1,803 6,153 66,667 4,189 6,900 203 1,449 11,914 203,940 2,939 24 2,007 5 856 71 548 5,550 81,222 3,742 2,211 6,188 44,738 699 1 101,672 6,656 10,282 49,658 805 0 80,143 28,931 1,705 22,250 864 1,143,608 0 0 1,143,608

AL .......................................... AK .......................................... AZ .......................................... AR .......................................... CA .......................................... CO ......................................... CT .......................................... DE .......................................... FL .......................................... GA ......................................... HI ........................................... ID ........................................... IL ............................................ IN ........................................... IA ........................................... KS .......................................... KY .......................................... LA .......................................... ME ......................................... MD ......................................... MA ......................................... MI ........................................... MN ......................................... MS ......................................... MO ......................................... MT ......................................... NE .......................................... NV .......................................... NH ......................................... NJ .......................................... NM ......................................... NY .......................................... NC ......................................... ND ......................................... OH ......................................... OK ......................................... OR ......................................... PA .......................................... RI ........................................... SC .......................................... SD .......................................... TN .......................................... TX .......................................... UT .......................................... VT .......................................... VA .......................................... WA ......................................... WV ......................................... WI .......................................... WY ......................................... State totals ......................... PR .......................................... Other 4 ................................... Total ...................................
1 State

2 Forest industry, other industry, and nonindustrial forest, other State, and other public agencies lands. 3 U.S. Department of Interior and Indian Reservations, and other federal lands. 4 Guam and the Trust Territories lands. of the Pacific Islands. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231-9376.

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Table 12-25.—Forest land: Total forest land and area and ownership of timberland, by regions, Jan. 1, 1996 1
Timberland 3 Region Total forest land 2 All ownerships 1,000 acres Federal Total 1,000 acres National forest 1,000 acres Other 1,000 acres State, county, and municipal 1,000 acres Private Total 1,000 acres Forest industry 1,000 acres Farmer and other private 4 1,000 acres

Northeast .......................... North Central .................... North .......................... Southeast .......................... South Central .................... South ......................... Great Plains ...................... Intermountain .................... Rocky Mountains ....... Alaska ............................... Pacific Northwest .............. Pacific Southwest 5 ........... Pacific Coast .............. All regions ..................

1,000 acres

85,484 84,795

86,035 94,220

9,603 22,555 32,158 6,851 9,000 15,851 1,075 42,755 43,830 3,899 18,173 10,097 32,169

2,029 7,881

7,574 14,674 22,248 2,257 2,396 4,653 76 175 251 119 138 11 268 27,420

7,112 13,746

69,320 57,919

10,996 3,796

58,324 54,123

170,279 88,662 125,448 214,110 4,787 138,447 143,234 127,380 51,581 40,214 219,175 746,798

180,255 84,803 116,306 201,109 4,317 63,455 67,772 11,988 38,454 18,447 68,889 518,025

9,910 4,594 6,604 11,198 999 42,580 43,579 3,780 18,035 10,086 31,901 96,588

20,858 2,522 2,562 5,084 180 2,637 2,817 4,299 2,614 505 7,418 36,177

127,239 75,430 104,744 180,174 3,062 18,063 21,125 3,790 17,667 7,845 29,302 357,840

14,792 14,508 22,526 37,034 0 2,926 2,926 0 9,193 2,932 12,125 66,877

112,447 60,922 82,218 143,140 3,062 15,137 18,199 3,790 8,474 4,913 17,177 290,963

124,008

1 Data may not add to totals because of rounding. 2 Forest land is land at least 10 percent stocked by forest trees of any size, including land that formerly had such tree cover and that will be naturally or artificially regenerated. Forest land includes transition zones, such as areas between heavily forested and nonforested lands that are at least 10 percent stocked with forest trees, and forest areas adjacent to urban and built-up lands. Also included are pinyon-juniper and chaparral areas in the West and afforested areas. The minimum area for classification of forest land is 1 acre. Roadside, streamside, and shelterbelt strips of timber must have a crown width at least 120 feet wide to qualify as forest land. Unimproved roads and trails, streams, and 3 Timberland is forest land that is producing or clearings in forest areas are classified as forest if less than 120 feet in width. is capable of producing crops of industrial wood and that is not withdrawn from timber utilization by statute or administrative regulation. Areas qualifying as timberland have the capability of producing more than 20 cubic feet per acre per year of indus4 Includes Indian lands. 5 Includes trial wood in natural stands. Currently inaccessible and inoperable areas are included. Hawaii. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-26.—Timber volume: Net volume of growing stock and sawtimber on timberland, by softwoods and hardwoods, and regions, Jan. 1, 1996 1
Growing stock 2 Region All species Million cubic feet Softwoods Million cubic feet Hardwoods Million cubic feet All species Million board feet Softwoods Million board feet Hardwoods Million board feet Sawtimber 3

Northeast .......................... North Central .................... North .......................... Southeast .......................... South Central .................... South ......................... Great Plains ...................... Intermountain .................... Rocky Mountains ....... Alaska ............................... Pacific Northwest .............. Pacific Southwest 4 ........... Pacific Coast .............. All regions ..................
1 Data

121,179 91,393 212,572 122,985 133,377 256,362 5,539 134,989 140,528 35,059 155,758 59,366 250,183 859,645

30,945 18,355

90,234 73,038

321,066 253,427

91,564 54,676

229,502 198,751

49,300 51,861 52,985 104,846 1,687 124,598 126,285 31,707 141,845 49,859 223,411 503,842

163,272 71,124 80,392 151,516 3,852 10,391 14,243 3,352 13,913 9,507 26,772 355,803

574,493 391,863 465,944 857,807 13,915 468,261 482,176 146,787 844,138 321,615 1,312,540 3,227,016

146,240 174,866 218,316 393,182 5,642 452,160 457,802 140,563 796,907 297,121 1,234,591 2,231,815

428,253 216,997 247,628 464,625 8,273 16,101 24,374 6,224 47,231 24,494 77,949 995,201

2 Live trees of commercial species meeting specified standards of qualmay not add to totals because of rounding. 3 Live trees ity or vigor. Cull trees are excluded. Includes only trees 5.0-inches diameter or larger at 41⁄2 feet above ground. of commercial species containing at least one 12-foot sawlog or two noncontiguous 8-foot logs, and meeting regional specifications for freedom from defect. Softwood trees must be at least 9.0-inches diameter and hardwood trees must be at least 4 Includes Hawaii. 11.0-inches diameter at 41⁄2 feet above ground. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-27.—Timber removals: Roundwood product output, logging residues and other removals from growing stock and other sources, by softwoods and hardwoods, 1996 1
Roundwood products, logging residues, and other removals All sources All species Million cubic feet 7,120 1,269 5,208 504 2,306 16,407 3,374 1,404 4,778 Softwoods Million cubic feet 5,143 1,111 2,858 399 493 10,004 1,349 455 1,804 Hardwoods Million cubic feet 1,977 158 2,350 105 1,813 6,403 2,025 949 2,974 Growing stock 2 All species Million cubic feet 6,712 1,241 4,615 469 818 13,855 1,292 936 2,228 Softwoods Million cubic feet 4,928 1,090 2,560 384 187 9,149 615 355 970 Hardwoods Million cubic feet 1,784 151 2,055 85 631 4,706 677 581 1,258 Other sources 3 All species Million cubic feet 408 28 593 35 1,488 2,552 2,082 468 2,550 Softwoods Million cubic feet 215 21 298 15 306 855 734 100 834 Hardwoods Million cubic feet 193 7 295 20 1,182 1,697 1,348 368 1,716

Roundwood products: Sawlogs ......................... Pulpwood ....................... Veneer logs ................... Other products 4 ............. Fuelwood 5 ..................... Total ........................... Logging residues6 ............. Other removals 7 ............... Total ...........................
1 Data

2 Includes live trees of commercial species meeting specified standmay not add to totals because of rounding. ards of quality or vigor. Cull trees are excluded. Includes only trees 5.0-inches diameter or larger at 41⁄2 feet above 3 Includes salvable dead trees, rough and rotten trees, trees of noncommercial species, trees less than 5.0ground. inches diameter at 41⁄2 feet above ground, tops, and roundwood harvested from nonforest land (for example, fence 4 Includes such items as cooperage, pilings, poles, posts, shakes, shingles, board mills, charcoal and export rows). 5 Downed and dead wood volume left on the ground after trees have been cut on timberland. 6 Net of wet rot or logs. advanced dry rot, and excludes old punky logs; consists of material sound enough to chip; excludes stumps and 7 Unutilized wood volume from cut or otherwise killed growing stock, from nongrowing stock sources on timberland limbs. (for example, precommercial thinnings), or from timberland clearing. Does not include volume removed from inventory through reclassification of timberland to reserved timberland. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-28.—Timber growth, removals and mortality: Net annual growth, removals, and mortality of growing stock on timberland by softwoods and hardwoods and regions, 1996 1
Growth 2 Region All species Million cubic feet 2,869 2,482 5,351 4,731 5,981 10,712 98 2,390 2,488 223 3,582 1,288 5,093 23,644 Softwoods Million cubic feet 646 521 1,167 2,779 3,110 5,889 52 1,956 2,008 137 3,156 1,155 4,448 13,512 Hardwoods Million cubic feet 2,223 1,961 4,184 1,952 2,871 4,823 46 434 480 86 426 133 645 10,132 All species Million cubic feet 1,275 1,498 2,773 4,459 5,726 10,185 35 497 532 182 1,720 628 2,530 16,020 Removals 3 Softwoods Million cubic feet 414 255 669 2,947 3,531 6,478 20 481 501 177 1,621 618 2,416 10,064 Hardwoods Million cubic feet 861 1,243 2,104 1,512 2,195 3,707 15 16 31 5 99 10 114 5,956 All species Million cubic feet 788 817 1,605 1,234 1,003 2,237 48 993 1,041 205 779 315 1,299 6,182 Mortality 4 Softwoods Million cubic feet 274 181 455 630 406 1,036 10 890 900 195 697 263 1,155 3,546 Hardwoods Million cubic feet 514 636 1,150 604 597 1,201 38 103 141 10 82 52 144 2,636

Northeast ..................... North Central ............... North ........................ Southeast .................... South Central .............. South ....................... Great Plains ................ Intermountain .............. Rocky Mountains ..... Alaska .......................... Pacific Northwest ........ Pacific Southwest 5 ...... Pacific Coast ............ All regions ................

1 Data may not add to totals because of rounding. 2 The net increase in the volume of trees during a specified year. Components include the increment in net volume of trees at the beginning of the specific year surviving to its end, plus the net volume of trees reaching the minimum size class during the year, minus the volume of trees that died during the year, 3 The net volume of trees removed from the inand minus the net volume of trees that became cull trees during the year. ventory during a specified year by harvesting, cultural operations such as timber stand improvement, or land clear4 The volume of sound wood in trees that died from natural causes during a specified year. 5 Includes Hawaii. ing. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-29.—Timber volume: Net volume of sawtimber on timberland in the West, by regions and species, Jan. 1, 1996 1
Species Total West Million board feet 640,832 203,733 238,850 171,001 31,257 7,300 27,663 47,279 103,028 29,228 19,567 82,647 43,065 47,112 1,692,562 23,744 29,013 11,833 37,734 102,324 1,794,886 Intermountain Million board feet 127,211 76,732 65,806 4,692 3,824 3,118 0 0 68,997 17,537 14 64,408 9,473 14,383 456,195 15,558 0 0 542 16,100 472,295 Alaska Million board feet 0 0 9 51,911 0 0 0 44,944 17,669 0 0 131 4,945 13,828 133,437 4,276 91 0 1,921 6,288 139,725 Pacific Northwest Million board feet 429,850 63,637 93,369 114,240 7,558 2,355 193 2,335 16,011 11,691 3,971 12,638 28,641 13,678 800,167 3,746 28,336 809 14,276 47,167 847,334 Pacific Southwest 2 Million board feet 83,771 59,647 79,666 158 19,875 1,827 27,470 0 216 0 15,582 5,470 6 3,433 297,121 158 586 11,024 12,727 24,495 321,616 Great Plains Million board feet 0 3,717 0 0 0 0 0 0 135 0 0 0 0 1,790 5,642 6 0 0 8,268 8,274 13,916

Softwoods: Douglas-fir .................................................. Ponderosa and Jeffrey pines ..................... True fir ....................................................... Western hemlock ....................................... Sugar pine ................................................. Western white pine .................................... Redwood .................................................... Sitka spruce ............................................... Engelmann and other spruces .................. Western larch ............................................. Incense cedar ............................................ Lodgepole pine .......................................... Western Red Cedar ................................... Other .......................................................... Total ....................................................... Hardwoods: Cottonwood and aspen .............................. Red alder ................................................... Oak ............................................................ Other .......................................................... Total ....................................................... All species ..............................................

1 International 1⁄4-inch rule. Data may not add to totals because of rounding. 2 Includes Hawaii. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-30.—Timber volume: Net volume of sawtimber on timberland in the East, by regions and species, Jan. 1, 1996 1
North Species Total East Total
Million board feet Softwoods: Longleaf and slash pines Loblolly and shortleaf pines .............................. Other yellow pines ............ White and red pines ......... Jack pine .......................... Spruce and balsam fir ...... Eastern hemlock ............... Cypress ............................. Other ................................. Total .............................. Hardwoods: Select white oaks ............. Select red oaks ................. Other white oaks .............. Other red oaks .................. Hickory .............................. Yellow birch ...................... Hard maple ....................... Soft maple ........................ Beech ................................ Sweetgum ......................... Tupelo and black gum ...... Ash .................................... Basswood ......................... Yellow-poplar .................... Cottonwood and aspen .... Black walnut ..................... Black cherry ...................... Other ................................. Total .............................. All species .....................
1 International 1⁄4-inch

South North Central
Million board feet 0 0 2,493 846 21,199 4,160 9,588 5,110 137 11,143 54,676

Northeast
Million board feet 0

Total
Million board feet 54,280 271,409 28,157 9,251 0 80 2,601 24,504 2,902 393,184

Southeast
Million board feet 34,512 96,186 19,115 7,979 0 80 1,779 14,016 1,200 174,867

South Central
Million board feet 19,768 175,223 9,042 1,272 0 0 822 10,488 1,702 218,317

Million board feet

54,280 275,854 33,095 67,091 4,195 30,102 29,806 24,656 20,344 539,423

4,445 4,938 57,840 4,195 30,022 27,205 152 17,442 146,239

1,952 4,092 36,641 35 20,434 22,095 15 6,299 91,563

90,351 78,236 53,997 128,701 47,734 9,467 54,904 68,782 27,790 64,140 57,861 113,916 65,143 231,176 159,429 15,171 79,946 169,342 1,516,086 2,055,509

38,343 48,582 14,424 33,441 15,756 9,220 50,015 51,678 18,594 3,148 3,427 35,575 20,039 50,740 44,764 4,093 33,755 44,105 519,699 665,938

12,799 27,463 10,528 14,599 6,649 6,955 30,336 34,551 14,426 1,354 1,204 11,740 4,698 17,497 7,440 743 13,843 12,679 229,504 321,067

25,544 21,119 3,896 18,842 9,107 2,265 19,679 17,127 4,168 1,794 2,223 23,835 15,341 33,243 37,324 3,350 19,912 31,426 290,195 344,871

52,008 29,654 39,573 95,260 31,978 247 4,889 17,104 9,196 60,992 54,434 78,341 45,104 180,436 114,665 11,078 46,191 125,237 996,387 1,389,571

23,157 11,737 18,716 39,930 10,327 235 1,310 12,657 3,065 17,031 21,329 34,848 21,801 73,778 55,752 4,959 22,573 51,028 424,233 599,100

28,851 17,917 20,857 55,330 21,651 12 3,579 4,447 6,131 43,961 33,105 43,493 23,303 106,658 58,913 6,119 23,618 74,209 572,154 790,471

rule. Data may not add to totals because of rounding. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-31.—National Forest System: National Forest System lands and other lands in States and Territories, Sept. 30, 2000
State or other area Gross acreage 1,000 acres AL ........................ AK ........................ AZ ........................ AR ........................ CA ........................ CO ....................... CT ........................ FL ........................ GA ....................... HI ......................... ID ......................... IL .......................... IN ......................... KS ........................ KY ........................ LA ........................ ME ....................... MI ......................... MN ....................... MS ....................... MO ....................... MT ....................... NE ........................ NV ........................ NH ....................... NM ....................... NY ........................ NC ....................... ND ....................... OH ....................... OK ....................... OR ....................... PA ........................ SC ........................ SD ........................ TN ........................ TX ........................ UT ........................ VT ........................ VA ........................ WA ....................... WV ....................... WI ........................ WY ....................... PR ........................ VI ......................... Total .................
1 National

National Forest System acreage 1 1,000 acres 1,287 24,355 11,891 3,531 24,430 16,059 0 1,434 1,856 0 21,654 857 644 116 2,208 1,025 93 4,894 5,467 2,310 3,060 19,105 442 6,275 828 10,455 16 3,165 1,106 834 772 17,498 743 1,376 2,368 1,276 1,994 9,209 817 3,223 10,108 1,869 2,023 9,703 56 0 232,435 666 21,990 11,261 2,582 20,699 14,525 0 1,153 865 0 20,462 293 198 108 803 604 53 2,864 2,838 1,159 1,494 16,895 352 5,833 728 9,416 16 1,246 1,106 230 397 15,659 513 617 2,013 700 755 8,189 377 1,660 9,240 1,033 1,522 9,237 28 0 192,378

Other acreage 2 1,000 acres 622 2,365 630 949 3,731 1,534 0 281 991 0 1,191 564 446 8 1,405 420 40 2,031 2,629 1,151 1,567 2,211 90 443 100 1,040 0 1,919 (3) 604 375 1,839 230 759 355 576 1,239 1,020 440 1,563 868 836 500 466 28 0 40,057

Forest System acreage.—A nationally significant system of Federally owned units of forest, range, and related land consisting of national forests, purchase units, national grasslands, land utilization project areas, experimental forest areas, experimental range areas, designated experimental areas, other land areas; water areas, and interests in lands that are administered by USDA Forest Service or designated for administration through the Forest Service. National forests.—Units formally established and permanently set aside and reserved for national forest purposes. Purchase units.—Units designated by the Secretary of Agriculture or previously approved by the National Forest Reservation Commission for purposes of Weeks Law Acquisition. National grasslands.—Units designated by the Secretary of Agriculture and permanently held by the Department of Agriculture under Title III of the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act. Land utilization projects.—Units designated by the Secretary of Agriculture for conservation and utilization under Title III of the Bankhead-Jones Farm Tenant Act. Research and experimental areas.—Units reserved and dedicated by the Secretary of Agriculture for forest or range research and experimentation. 2 Other acreage.— Other areas.—Units administered by the Forest Service that are not included in the above groups. Lands within the unit boundaries in private, State, county, and municipal ownership and Federal lands over which the Forest Service has no jurisdiction. Areas of such lands which have been offered to the United States and have been approved for acquisition and subsequent Forest Service administration, but to which title had not yet been accepted by the United 3 Less than 500 acres. States. FS, Timber, Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-32.—Forest products cut on National Forest System lands: Volume and value of timber cut and value of all products, United States, fiscal years 1991–2000
Timber cut 2 Year 1 Volume Million bd. ft. 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... 8,475 7,290 5,917 4,815 3,866 3,725 3,285 3,298 2,939 2,542 Value 3 1,000 dollars 1,008,586 934,504 914,646 783,038 616,117 544,349 497,957 445,774 339,471 302,934 Value of miscellaneous forest products 4 1,000 dollars 2,747 2,655 2,791 3,138 2,935 3,262 3,262 3,262 3,262 3,262 Total value including free-use timber 1,000 dollars 1,012,342 937,991 918,225 796,926 619,732 619,732 619,732 619,732 619,732 619,732

1 Fiscal years Oct. 1–Sept. 30. 2 Commercial and cost sales and land exchanges. 3 Includes collections for forest 4 Includes materials not measurable in board feet, restoration or improvement under the Knutson-Vandenberg Act, 1930. such as Christmas trees, tanbark, turpentine, seedlings, Spanish moss, etc. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-33.—National Forest System lands: Receipts, United States and Puerto Rico, fiscal years 1989–98
Year 1 From the use of timber 2 1,000 dollars 909,517 849,468 667,073 520,003 425,105 431,615 303,046 195,000 197,194 207,938 From the use of grazing 1,000 dollars 10,950 10,419 11,457 10,780 10,518 11,056 8,756 7,352 6,972 6,992 From special land uses, water power, etc. 1,000 dollars 130,349 111,500 93,114 83,505 67,955 72,196 74,943 71,183 80,588 78,869 Total 2 1,000 dollars 1,050,816 971,387 771,644 614,288 503,578 514,867 386,745 273,535 284,754 293,799

1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998

....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... ....................................................... .......................................................

1 Fiscal years Oct. 1–Sept. 30. 2 Includes receipts from Oregon and California Railroad Grant Lands. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RUW-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-34.—National forests: Payments to States and Puerto Rico from receipts from timber sales, grazing fees, and miscellaneous uses, fiscal years 1996–98 1 2
State or other areas 1996 1,000 dollars 2,050 5,906 1,632 6,648 36,158 5,956 1,066 908 17,458 28 7 494 2,736 35 2,384 3,179 8,276 1,232 9,383 31 299 510 653 6 692 .............................. 11 883 95,239 6,207 960 2,350 319 4,337 1,831 257 822 29,429 1,861 1,621 1,844 21 255,719 1997 1,000 dollars 964 1,187 2,215 5,954 33,963 4,388 1,000 697 14,267 17 26 433 2,949 30 2,759 2,922 4,919 1,149 8,558 32 388 440 923 6 654 .............................. 16 1,017 92,243 5,998 1,292 3,814 440 2,264 1,599 226 790 28,425 1,624 1,861 1,849 23 234,321 1998 1,000 dollars 1,133 1,820 2,113 6,584 30,533 5,045 1,435 328 12,468 394 138 255 2,361 37 2,996 3,412 5,399 1,237 10,367 33 330 549 854 2 594 .............................. 2 1,034 85,505 5,800 557 3,663 327 5,621 1,512 436 767 27,073 1,944 2,166 2,184 24 229,032

AL ............................................................................................. AK ............................................................................................ AZ ............................................................................................ AR ............................................................................................ CA ............................................................................................ CO ............................................................................................ FL ............................................................................................. GA ............................................................................................ ID ............................................................................................. IL .............................................................................................. IN ............................................................................................. KY ............................................................................................ LA ............................................................................................. ME ............................................................................................ MI ............................................................................................. MN ........................................................................................... MS ............................................................................................ MO ........................................................................................... MT ............................................................................................ NE ............................................................................................ NV ............................................................................................ NH ............................................................................................ NM ........................................................................................... NY ............................................................................................ NC ............................................................................................ ND ............................................................................................ OH ............................................................................................ OK ............................................................................................ OR ............................................................................................ PA ............................................................................................ SC ............................................................................................ SD ............................................................................................ TN ............................................................................................ TX ............................................................................................ UT ............................................................................................ VT ............................................................................................ VA ............................................................................................ WA ........................................................................................... WV ........................................................................................... WI ............................................................................................. WY ........................................................................................... PR ............................................................................................ Total ..................................................................................
1 Fiscal

2 Payments under the acts of May 23, 1908 (as amended), July 24, 1956, and Oct. 22, years Oct. 1–Sept. 30. 1976, are 25 percent of total receipts remaining after deducting (a) payments to Arizona and New Mexico on account school section lands administered by Forest Service, (b) appropriations of receipts under laws authorizing such appropriations for acquisition of lands in specified national forests or portions thereof, and (c) receipts from an area of the Superior National Forest, Minnesota, on account of which the State (for the counties) is paid 0.75 percent of the appraised valuation in lieu of 3 Less than $500. 25 percent of the receipts. Payments made in the following year. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-35.—Livestock on National Forest System lands: Number grazed and grazing receipts, United States, 1989–98
Number grazed 1 Year Cattle, horses, and burros Thousands 1,526 1,236 1,265 1,408 1,318 1,229 1,227 1,174 1,225 1,208 Sheep and goats Thousands 972 958 1,029 1,183 1,111 941 940 868 932 909 Receipts from grazing 2

1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999

......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... ......................................................................................... .........................................................................................

1,000 dollars 10,950 10,419 11,457 10,780 10,518 11,056 8,756 7,352 6,972 6,992

1 Calendar year data for number actually grazed. 2 Fiscal years Oct. 1–Sept. 30. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-36.—Livestock on National Forest System lands: Number grazed and grazing receipts for fiscal year 1998, by States
Head months 1 State or other area Cattle, horses, and burros Number AL .............................. AZ .............................. AR .............................. CA .............................. CO ............................. FL ............................... GA .............................. ID ............................... IL ................................ KS .............................. KY .............................. LA .............................. MI ............................... MN ............................. MS ............................. MO ............................. MT .............................. NE .............................. NV .............................. NM ............................. NY .............................. ND .............................. OH ............................. OK .............................. OR 3 ........................... SD .............................. TX .............................. UT .............................. VT .............................. VA .............................. WA ............................. WV ............................. WY ............................. National forests .......... National grasslands and land utilization project land ............ Total .................... 303 723,978 4,160 293,376 593,907 600 3,091 442,272 101 34 31,905 15,916 1,752 41 2,705 26,850 420,212 105,479 155,020 749,223 7,751 391,513 709 19,523 335,644 389,493 32,469 335,358 108 6,656 65,643 5,688 433,442 5,594,922 ......................................................... 5,594,922 Sheep and goats Number 0 47,385 0 155,700 445,914 0 0 532,074 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 49,335 0 166,744 79,974 0 0 0 0 64,966 19,321 0 513,261 0 0 35,456 321 369,419 2,479,870 ....................................................... 2,479,870 Receipts from grazing, 1992 2 Dollars 618.80 1,647,141.56 39,044.80 592,633.14 1,310,956.54 18,885.00 8,080.13 977,513.91 166.63 0.00 25,700.98 25,718.78 1,557.46 136.41 3,426.08 27,154.21 820,928.80 158,367.34 402,126.96 1,235,863.58 56.79 443,840.30 961.38 28,620.18 618,786.04 547,594.81 97,788.34 836,937.32 0.00 10,694.21 169,044.36 18,585.00 709,486.02 9,464,412.41 1,314,322.64 10,778,735.05

1 A head month is the billing unit for permitted grazing and is equal to 1 month’s occupancy. 2 1992 is the most recent 3 Figure does not include $2,285.44 receipts from Oregon & CA year for which grazing receipts by state are available. Railroad Grant. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-37.—Timber prices: Average stumpage prices for sawtimber sold from national forests, by selected species, 1991–2000
Year Douglas-fir 1 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 395.00 477.20 317.75 652.36 453.54 453.04 331.40 254.20 314.70 433.40 Southern pine 2 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 166.10 198.40 217.21 265.85 248.49 251.05 307.30 287.80 268.50 141.80 Ponderosa pine 3 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 237.60 292.30 535.17 291.35 149.94 269.97 270.20 204.90 181.00 154.60 Western hemlock 4 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 164.10 164.60 363.66 334.80 297.09 289.30 211.30 161.40 95.70 46.12 All eastern hardwoods 5 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 160.10 166.60 264.06 352.07 313.92 312.57 286.88 240.90 195.10 220.43 Oak, white, red, and black 5 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 163.60 211.20 194.57 317.40 296.59 264.44 264.50 270.20 317.40 191.90 Maple, sugar 6 Dollars per 1,000 bd. ft. 120.70 144.60 219.52 313.37 285.57 213.20 357.12 394.80 448.10 314.10

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ........................... ...........................

1 Western Washington and western Oregon. 2 Southern region. 3 Pacific Southwest region. Includes Jeffrey 4 Pacific Northwest region. 5 Eastern and Southern regions. 6 Eastern region. pine. Forest Service National Forest prices in this table are for timber sold on a Scribner Decimal C log rule basis, except in the Northeastern States where International 1⁄4-inch log rule is used. Prices include KV payments; exclude timber sold by land exchanges and from land utilization project lands. Data for 1983 are statistical high bid prices; beginning in 1984, data are high bid prices which include specified road costs. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-38.—National Forest System lands: Number of visitor-days, 1986–96, by activity, States, and Puerto Rico, 1996 1
1997 Year and activity Visitordays Percent State or other area Visitordays Thousands 689 6,962 35,000 2,210 71,165 30,971 2,960 2,925 15,365 1,188 684 86 2,326 599 158 4,866 5,982 1,828 2,518 13,495 320 3,857 State or other area Visitordays Thousands 3,354 9,326 39 6,979 133 524 393 37,029 3,268 1,011 3,571 3,309 2,302 19,378 1,395 4,927 24,797 1,499 2,527 9,114 171 341,200

Thousands 1986 ................................................................................ 1987 ................................................................................ 1988 ................................................................................ 1989 ................................................................................ 1990 ................................................................................ 1991 ................................................................................ 1992 ................................................................................ 1993 ................................................................................ 1994 ................................................................................ 1995 ................................................................................ 1996 ................................................................................ 1996 activity: Mechanized travel and viewing scenery ..................... Camping, picnicking and swimming ............................ Hiking, horseback riding and water travel ................... Winter sports ............................................................... Hunting ........................................................................ Resorts, cabins and organization camps .................... Fishing ......................................................................... Nature studies ............................................................. Other 2 ......................................................................... Total 3 .......................................................................
1 Recreational

226,533 238,458 242,316 252,495 263,051 278,849 287,690 295,473 330,348 345,083 341,200 122,141 87,082 33,099 19,708 19,384 17,702 18,160 3,299 20,627 341,200

.............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. .............. 35.8 25.5 9.7 5.8 5.7 5.2 5.3 1.0 6.0 100.0

AL ......... AK ........ AZ ........ AR ........ CA ........ CO ........ FL ......... GA ........ ID ......... IL .......... IN ......... KS ........ KY ........ LA ......... ME ........ MI ......... MN ....... MS ........ MO ....... MT ........ NE ........ NV ........

NH ........ NM ....... NY ........ NC ........ ND ........ OH ........ OK ........ OR ........ PA ........ SC ........ SD ........ TN ........ TX ........ UT ........ VT ........ VA ........ WA ....... WV ....... WI ......... WY ....... PR ........ ......... Total 3

use of national forest land and water that aggregates 12 visitor-hours. This may entail one person for 12 hours, 12 persons for 1 hour, or any equivalent combination of individual or group use, either continuous or intermittent. Fis2 Includes team sports, gathering forest products, attending talks and programs, and other cal years Oct. 1–Sept. 30. 3 Data may not add to total because of rounding. uses. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU -4851 (608) 231–9376.

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Table 12-39.—Timber products: Production, imports, exports, and consumption, United States, 1991–2000 1
Industrial roundwood used for— Lumber Year Produc- Imports tion Million cu. ft.3 6,746 6,983 6,887 7,052 6,815 6,886 7,103 7,298 7,629 7,713 Million cu. ft.3 1,714 1,960 2,240 2,395 2,522 2,616 2,619 2,690 2,810 2,832 Exports Million cu. ft.3 619 561 532 512 460 449 452 350 404 421 Consumption Million cu. ft.3 7,841 8,383 8,595 8,935 8,877 9,053 9,270 9,638 10,035 10,124 Produc- Imports tion Million cu. ft.3 1,267 1,294 1,293 1,320 1,303 1,281 1,213 1,201 1,208 1,172 Million cu. ft.3 83 100 100 94 107 97 114 131 160 155 Exports Million cu. ft.3 95 106 100 86 89 87 103 55 46 42 Consumption Million cu. ft.3 1,255 1,288 1,293 1,328 1,321 1,291 1,224 1,276 1,322 1,295 Production Million cu. ft.3 5,397 5,516 5,423 5,576 5,972 5,753 5,183 5,187 4,962 4,857 Imports 2 Million cu. ft.3 969 992 1,065 1,102 1,226 1,114 1,063 1,082 1,167 1,215 Exports 2 Million cu. ft.3 746 801 724 758 888 865 775 679 627 664 Consumption Million cu. ft.3 5,620 5,706 5,764 5,920 6,310 6,002 5,472 5,590 5,503 5,408 Plywood and veneer Pulp products

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

Industrial roundwood used for—Continued Other industrial prodTotal PulpPulpucts,4 Logs wood wood producchip im- chip extion ports ports and conProduc- Imports Exports sumption tion Imports Exports Million cu. ft.3 551 610 621 576 513 500 485 485 485 485 Million cu. ft.3 2 7 15 18 13 18 20 30 47 61 Million cu. ft.3 602 524 460 429 451 422 384 316 326 331 Million cu. ft.3 41 31 46 23 49 53 47 47 47 109 Million cu. ft.3 332 351 326 354 377 416 422 412 422 354 Million cu. ft.3 14,894 15,280 15,011 15,306 15,430 15,258 14,790 14,899 15,032 14,789 Million cu. ft.3 2,808 3,090 3,465 3,632 3,917 3,899 3,864 3,979 4,231 4,310 Million cu. ft.3 2,393 2,344 2,143 2,139 2,265 2,239 2,136 1,812 1,825 1,811

Year

Fuelwood Produc- Conproducsumption and tion, all tion, all consump- prodproducts tion ucts Consumption Million cu. ft.3 15,310 16,026 16,334 16,800 17,082 16,918 16,519 17,065 17,438 17,289 Million cu. ft.3 3,028 3,044 3,084 3,134 2,937 2,739 2,542 2,523 2,542 2,561 Million cu. ft.3 17,922 18,324 18,095 18,440 18,367 17,997 17,332 17,422 17,574 17,530 Million cu. ft.3 18,338 19,070 19,418 19,934 20,019 19,658 19,061 19,588 19,980 19,850

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

.. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. .. ..

1 Data may not add to totals because of rounding. 2 Includes both pulpwood and the pulpwood equivalent of woodpulp, 3 Roundwood equivalent. 4 Includes cooperage logs, poles and piling, fence posts, hewn ties, round paper, and board. mine timbers, box bolts, excelsior bolts, chemical wood, shingle bolts, and miscellaneous items. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.

Table 12-40.—Lumber: Production, United States, 1991–2000
Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... ...... Total Million bd. ft. 43,374 45,736 45,117 43,743 44,400 46,778 47,400 48,300 51,000 51,600 Softwoods Million bd. ft. 33,161 34,526 33,346 32,725 31,966 33,932 34,500 34,800 36,700 35,900 Hardwoods Million bd. ft. 10,213 11,210 11,771 11,018 12,434 12,846 12,900 13,500 14,300 15,700

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Table 12-41.—Timber products: Pulpwood consumption, woodpulp production, and paper and board production and consumption, United States, 1991–2000 1
Paper and board 4 Year Pulpwood consumption 2 1,000 cords 6 95,483 96,146 96,089 98,142 91,757 82,568 87,336 86,819 88,358 86,655 Woodpulp production 3 1,000 tons 63,635 65,338 64,313 65,920 67,103 65,503 66,650 65,163 62,914 62,834 Production 1,000 tons 79,427 82,868 84,857 89,080 89,509 90,381 95,029 94,526 96,611 94,235 Consumption or new supply 5 1,000 tons (7) 84,078 87,577 91,013 95,195 96,180 94,287 99,186 99,961 104,051 101,783 Per capita consumption Pounds 665 686 705 730 731 710 740 740 762 739

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... ..................... .....................

1 Revised to match data from American Forest and Paper Association and American Pulpwood Association. 2 Includes 3 Excludes defibrated and exploded woodpulp used for hard pressed board. 4 Excludes hardchanges in stocks. 5 Production plus imports and minus exports (excludes products); changes in inventories not taken into acboard. 6 One cord equals 128 cubic feet. 7 Imports and exports 1989–1991 exclude insulating board. count. FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376. Compiled from U.S. Department of Commerce and American Forest and Paper Association.

Table 12-42.—Timber products: Producer price indexes, selected products, United States, 1991–2000
[1982=100] Year 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000 ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... ................................................... Lumber 69.5 80.4 101.9 104.9 96.4 100.0 108.2 98.4 103.1 97.9 Softwood plywood 69.5 84.5 97.5 101.7 108.2 100.0 100.8 100.7 118.9 98.7 Woodpulp 97.7 97.6 83.6 92.4 140.2 100.0 96.1 94.0 95.7 104.5 Paper 84.9 82.4 82.9 84.2 106.4 100.0 96.2 97.7 94.8 100.6 Paperboard 83.5 86.1 83.3 89.8 117.3 100.0 92.8 97.3 98.2 112.9

FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376. Compiled from reports of the U.S. Department of Labor, Bureau of Labor Statistics.

Table 12-43.—Timber products: Structual panels, LVL, and lumber production, United States, 1991–2000
Year Laminated veneer lumber 1 Million cubic meters 0.45 0.48 0.59 0.65 0.79 0.91 1.08 1.16 1.36 1.25 Oriented strand board Million cubic meters 4.97 5.89 6.20 6.63 6.99 8.24 9.32 9.94 10.28 10.54 Plywood Million cubic meters 16.51 17.11 17.09 17.38 17.14 16.98 15.90 15.73 15.77 15.47 Medium-density fiberboard Million cubic meters 1.70 1.89 2.05 2.21 1.96 2.21 2.45 2.48 2.50 2.60 Lumber Hardwood Million cubic meters 26.4 27.0 28.8 29.2 29.8 29.5 29.9 32.8 33.8 35.4 Softwood 2 Million cubic meters 56.4 58.7 56.0 58.0 54.8 56.6 58.9 59.0 62.3 61.0

1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000

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1 Prior to 1994, data are estimates from various articles and reports. 2 Revised due to softwood conversion factor of 1.7 (2.36 was previously used). FS, Timber Demand and Technology Assessment, RWU-4851, (608) 231–9376.


				
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