This publication discusses the contributions that North Carolina’s forests and forest products industry provide to the state’s economy and presents key figures and statistics.
This publication provides information regarding lumber production by North Carolina manufacturers over a 16-year time series, 1998 through 2013, along with consumption statistics by downstream sectors and final users.
Lumber price trends provide key information to parties across the hardwood value chain. The prices illustrated in this note are representative of a typical mix of hardwood species that might be sawn in western and eastern North Carolina.
This factsheet describes in greater detail the methodology used to estimate the economic contributions of North Carolina’s forest products industry. It is a companion piece to the bulletin North Carolina’s Forests and Forest Products Industry By the Numbers, where a variety of figures and statistics are provided on the management and conversion of standing timber into primary and secondary wood and fiber products.
This note provides an economic estimate of North Carolina's lumber as a carbon storehouse.
This note provides an overview of the pine straw industry's contributions to North Carolina's economy.
This note discusses how a Quality Index can be used to predict the lumber product value of northern red oak logs.