The two operations conducted in the town of Esperanza and Bayugan City in Agusan del Sur resulted in the confiscation of three motorcycles, 186FA Air-Cooled diesel engine, sawmill blade, fan belt, flywheel (bolante), and 145.33 board feet
of Narra flitches worth P11,626.40.
DECKING DEMAND (million board feet
) % Annual Growth Item 1999 2004 2009 04/99 09/04 Decking Demand 4526 4975 5720 1.9 2.8 Wood 4238 4421 4640 0.8 1.0 Wood-Plastic Composite 220 443 895 15.0 15.1 Plastic & Other 68 111 185 10.3 10.8 [c] 2005 by The Freedonia Group, Inc.
Montana's estimated lumber production was 1.11 billion board feet
in 2002, up from 1.08 billion board feet
in 2001 (Figure 4).
You can buy measuring sticks, that you hold up to the cut end of a log that tells you the number of board feet
depending on the length of a log.
(Budgeting and financial accountability aren't sexy issues, but they are at the heart of Dombeck's challenge as he tries to reshape the tradition-bound Forest Service) For the first time ever, the Forest Service has submitted a budget to Congress that is tied not to board feet
of timber sold but to forest restoration and recreation goals accomplished.
Since 1987, western timber volume has been cut by a third, reduced by 8.2 billion board feet
, but the demand for wood products certainly isn't going down.
Superior Hardwoods, also in Fairbanks, buys about 10,000 to 15,000 board feet
of rough-cut, green birch and aspen a year from Alaska Birch Works.
His decision blocked 75 percent of the agency's timber sales in the region for fiscal years 1991 and 1992-more than two billion board feet
. Although sufficient timber may be under contract to meet short-term demands in the region, Forest Service economist Richard Haynes testified at the evidentiary hearings that sooner or later-probably in 1992-log shortages will materialize, and the sweeping impacts of the decision could persist for 20 years.
Soldiers of the Army's 37th Infantry Battalion arrested three people and seized almost 2,000 board feet
of lumber and an unlicensed gun in Barira, Maguindanao at past 7 am on Tuesday.
TAGO, Surigao del Sur - A series of anti-illegal logging operations was launched by the Philippine Army's 36th Infantry (Valor) Battalion (36th IB) in coordination with the Department of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR) in the area of Lanuza town and Tandag City leading to the confiscation of a total of 3,071 board feet
of illegal logs with an estimated market value of P126,620.
From the 1960s until the 1995 Northwest Forest Plan, an annual average of 1 billion board feet
of logs were extracted from the O&C lands.