Logging Industry Workers

The logging industry is concentrated in the Northwest, the Northeast, the Southeast, and the Great Lakes states. Trees are felled from designated forests or tracts, cut into pieces for transporting and processing, conveyed to landings or loading areas, and loaded into trucks or trains for delivery to mills. The following paragraphs detail some of the major logging occupations.

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