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  1. I-85 I-26 I-77 I-95 I-20 I-26 I-20 I-95 Sept 2003

  2. Stumpage and Delivered Values of Timber Harvested in South Carolina $901 $835 Stumpage Value Delivered Value $566 $512 $353 $195 Source: R. Harper, Clemson Forestry and Natural Resources Extension

  3. Forestry and Forest Products Contributions to South Carolina $14 Billion Annually to Economy $6.9 Billion – Value of Shipments $340 Million in Capital Investments Annually 27,546 People Employed (2002) down 18% $1.157 Billion Payroll – Avg. Wage $41,000 $835 Million – Delivered Roundwood to Mills Sources: USDA Forest Service, SCESC, U.S. Census, Clemson Extension Forestry and Natural Resources

  4. Government 18.8% Information 1.6% Manufacturing 15.9% Financial Activities 5.1% Lumber & Paper 9.3% of Manufact. 1.7% of Industry Professional and Business Services 9.8% Construction 6.2% Education and Health Services 9.7% Trade, Transportation, and Utilities 19.4% Leisure & Hospitality 9.7% Source: SCESC Compiled by R. Harper, Clemson Forestry and Natural Resources Extension Percent Distribution of Nonfarm Employment in SC by Industry, January 2003

  5. SC Employment Trends in Leading Manufacturing Source: SCESC, Compiled by R. Harper Clemson Extension Forestry and Natural Resources

  6. Forest Products Employment Trends South Carolina – down 17.5% – down 19.8% Source: SCESC, Compiled by R. Harper Clemson Extension Forestry and Natural Resources

  7. Average Annual Employment - Harvesting Professionals, South Carolina (1998-2003) Employees Logging Units Source: SCESC, Compiled by R. Harper Clemson Extension Forestry and Natural Resources