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Forest Inventory & Analysis Program
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Newtown Square, PA 19073-3294

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Statewide Results

Data Tables

Select a State:Summary Statistics & Data Tables
Select a State to view the most recent results in the table below or to view detailed data for a State.
Last Inventory:
Forest Area:
Timberland Area:
Percent Forest:
Volume, Growing Stock:
Volume, Sawtimber:
Net Growth of growing stock
(average annual):
Removals of growing stock
(average annual):
Mortality of growing stock
(average annual):


Click a state to view Inventory Results. Connecticut Delaware Maine Massachusetts Maryland New Hampshire New Jersey New York Ohio Pennsylvania Rhode Island Vermont West Virgina NE Totals

Connecticut | Delaware | Maryland | Massachusetts | Maine | New Hampshire New Jersey | New York | Ohio | Pennsylvania | Rhode Island | Vermont | West Virginia

Forest Inventory and Analysis research units throughout the United States have participated in establishing a National Database Retrieval System. This database was established to provide common forest resource attributes using compatible formats in a standard set of inventory tables. Statewide data may be downloaded from this database in tabular format or as comma delimited text files. The text files have been made available from the most recent inventory of each state, and may be downloaded as either a tree file, plot file, or county file. Further information can be found in the database manual.

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