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Published by U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Tongass National Forest in [Petersburg, Alaska? .
Written in English

Subjects:

  • Alaska Pulp Corporation.,
  • Lumber trade -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.,
  • Forests and forestry -- Environmental aspects -- Alaska.

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Other titlesAlaska Pulp Corporation long term timber sale contract., North and East Kuiu final environmental impact statement.
SeriesR10-MB -- 205-207, 209.
The Physical Object
FormatMicroform
Paginationv.
ID Numbers
Open LibraryOL14704535M

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Get this from a library! Alaska Pulp Corporation long-term timber sale contract: final supplement to the environmental impact statements for the and operating periods. [United States. Forest Service. Alaska Region.;]. Alaska Pulp Corporation long-term timber sale contract North and East Kuiu final environmental impact statement (SuDoc A AL 1 S/4/V) [U.S. Dept of Agriculture] on Author: U.S. Dept of Agriculture. Full text of "Alaska Pulp Corporation long-term timber sale contract: final supplement to the environmental impact statements for the and operating periods: consolidated appendix" See other formats. Sep 10,  · There are 5 maps for Alaska Pulp Corporation long-term timber sale contract: Kelp Bay draft environmental impact statement. Search on the identifier.

Alaska Timber Industry History Southeast Alaska Summary During the long lull in long-term pulp contract offerings, the agency contemplated how In , the Forest Service advertised a revised long-term timber sale near Ketchikan. The timber sale prospectus included a year term, the economic timber clause and the. Ketchikan Pulp Company was a pulp mill located on the north shore of Ward Cove, 5 miles ( km) from Ketchikan, in the U.S. state of Alaska. Owned by Louisiana-Pacific, it operated between and It was the last pulp mill to operate in the state. Along with the Sitka pulp mill, the mill was built as part of a U.S. Forest Service economic development program for Southeast Alaska. The Tongass National Forest / Alaska Pulp Corporation and Ketchikan Pulp Corporation claimed that the new restrictions made them uncompetitive and closed down their mills in and , respectively, and the Forest Service then cancelled the remainders of the two year timber contracts. The timber sale was permanently stopped by a Governing body: United States Forest Service. United States. Forest Service. Alaska Region: Alaska Pulp Corporation long-term timber sale contract: analysis area 12, Kuiu Island: final supplement to the environmental impact statements for the and operating periods / (Juneau, Alaska: U.S. Dept. of Agriculture, Forest Service, Tongass National Forest, ) (page images at.

Open Library is an initiative of the Internet Archive, a (c)(3) non-profit, building a digital library of Internet sites and other cultural artifacts in digital eduevazquez.com projects include the Wayback Machine, eduevazquez.com and eduevazquez.com proposed conducting a year negotiated sale of timber and biomass under the authority of AS with Alaska Power & Telephone (AP&T). Due to competitive interest in the proposed sale and other public comment, the State rescinded the original PBIF finding on September 14, , and issued a revised PBIF on December 17, "Enclosed is the record of decision (ROD) and the final supplement to the Central Prince of Wales (CPOW) final environmental impact statement (FEIS) for the Ketchikan Pulp Corporation long-term timber sale contract."--Letter of transmittal. (Alaska Department of Natural Resources, Division of Forestry) • Although state timber sales in Southeast Alaska provided volume to local mills, in the long term state sales cannot sustain local mills without increased federal supply, given the state’s limited land base in the region.