|OWNERSHIP ALL CLASSES||LAND USE - MAJOR|
|Thousands of Acres||Total||Timberland||Reserved||Other|
|Forest Land||Forest Land||Forest Land|
|National Forest System||16,309||11,951||3,682||676|
|National Park Service||58||0||58||0|
|Bureau of Land Mgmt||875||577||18||280|
|Dept of Defense||41||25||0||17|
|Percent of State Total [unadjusted for ROADLESS]|
|National Forest System||76%||72%||98%||53%|
|National Park Service||0%||0%||2%||0%|
|Bureau of Land Mgmt||4%||3%||0%||22%|
|Dept of Defense||0%||0%||0%||1%|
*low productivity Forest Land
“Forest lands” is where at least 10% of the land is cover of trees.
“Timberland” is productive “Forest land” that can grow commercial-grade timber (at least 20 cubic feet of wood per acre per year) and where logging is allowed.
“Reserved Forest Land” is forest land and in some cases timberland that have been designated for special uses and are where timber harvest and other activities are not allowed such as Wilderness Areas designated by Congress.