ATHENS, GA – Forisk Consulting donated its Wood Demand Research Program to the University of Georgia Center for Forest Business.

The program will be used to track and analyze the consumption of raw materials by companies and manufacturers in the forest industry. It will help timber researched at the Georgia Center for Forest Business to better track trends in wood usage.

Currently, the Wood Demand Research Program is comprised of 140,000 lines of data compiled from the raw material use of 3,600 U.S. mills. The database details volume, stumpage, mill locations and breakdowns of bioenergy facility use.

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