4 edition of study of the Wisconsin wood-using industries found in the catalog.
|Other titles||Wisconsin wood-using industries.|
|Statement||by Franklin H. Smith ... United States Forest Service, under the direction of E. M. Griffith, state forester, commonwealth of Wisconsin, and H. S. Sackett ... United States Forest Service.|
|Contributions||Griffith, E. M., Sackett, Homer S.|
|LC Classifications||HD9757.W5 S6|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||68|
|LC Control Number||10033375|
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Additional Physical Format: Online version: Smith, Franklin Howard, Study of the Wisconsin wood-using industries. Madison, Wis.: [State Forester?]. Wisconsin Wood Residue Study WOOD RESIDUE FROM MANUFACTURING (EXCLUDING SAWMILLS) - PROLOGUE For the purposes of this study: Wisconsin’s “Primary Industry” refers to businesses that utilize material from the forest (sawlogs, pulpwood, poles, etc.) and process them.
They are not part of this survey. Get this from a library. A comparative study of U.S. and Wisconsin productivity: analysis of manufacturing industries, to report prepared for submission to the Wisconsin Strategic Development Commission.
[George A Plesko; Randel Pilo; Wisconsin. Department of Development. Division of Policy Development. Bureau of Research. The study indicated a continued need for educational training for this industry, particularly in the areas of manufacturing and processing.
Industry associations, state agencies, and technical colleges should continue to collaborate and provide learning opportunities to help strengthen and grow Wisconsin’s value-added wood products industry. Search the world's most comprehensive index of full-text books. My library.
InWisconsin’s primary wood-using industry included sawmills, 4 veneer mills, 9 pulpwood mills, 4 composite. product mills, 8 cabin log mills, and 8 mills that produced other products including posts, poles, cooperage and excelsior.
(Fig. 2, Table 1). Although total mills increased by 5 percent, the industry experienced losses in cabin. The paper industry achieved great success in Wisconsin and was the state's third largest industry by the s.
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Developing in parallel with our ag industry, Wisconsin’s lumber and paper industry has shifted its focus from logging and railroads to conservation and sustainable practices. Today, Wisconsin’s forest product companies are leading in environmental stewardship through reforestation, research and other practices to protect and maintain the.
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