The United States has one of the most competitive and highest-volume wood products industry in the world. There are several reasons for this, including the availability of forests that include some of the top tree-growing land in the world, an efficient transportation and distribution system, a skilled labor force, technological advances in the forestry and lumber industries, and adequate energy and water resources. The federal Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) reports that the forest production industry is the leader in generating and using renewable energy. Additionally, according to the American Forest and Paper Association, two-thirds of America's drinking water comes from forests.
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- Ethical Sourcing Officer
- Forest Fire Prevention Specialists
- Forestry Technicians
- Grounds Managers
- Groundwater Professionals
- Land Trust or Preserve Managers
- Logging Industry Workers
- National Park Service Employees
- Paper Processing Workers
- Soil Conservationists and Technicians
- Soil Scientists
- Wildland Firefighters
- Wood Science and Technology Workers