This survey of loggers in Maine and in eight southern states, were conducted to gain additional information about the logging community and to provide a basis for validating the results of the Logging Capacity Study. This Logging Capacity Study is reasonably representative of the logging population except that it does not appear to be representative of those loggers who work fewer than 200 days per year. This study appears to be representative of 89% of the wood production in the South.
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