HARVEST AND INDUSTRY

Timber Harvest data by ownership for 2002 to most recent available year. The data currently available has been gathered from multiple agencies which used different data collection methods and time periods. Reference sources and the methods are described below.



Timber Harvest for Broadwater County, Montana

YEAR OWNERSHIP
  Industry N.I.P.F. & Tribal State Forest Service BLM & Other Public TOTAL
2002 0 5,622 157 4,652 0 10,431
2003 0 999 123 3,957 0 5,078
2004 0 519 190 1,792 0 2,501
2005 0 1,004 50 707 152 1,914
2006 0 11,104 307 1,112 96 12,620
2007 0 850 303 1,158 285 2,597
2008 0 1,040 0 603 0 1,642
2009 3,400 649 0 676 0 4,725
2010 10,344 212 0 724 0 11,280
2011 0 2,458 0 1,668 0 4,126
2012 0 465 0 460 0 925
2013 0 324 0 294 0 618
2014 5,664 370 0 9,710 0 15,744
2015 496 706 0 8,667 0 9,869
2016 0 119 0 1,435 0 1,554
2017 0 2,713 219 857 0 3,789
2018 0 103 153 224 0 480
2019 0 299 314 0 0 613
2020 0 2,470 0 0 0 2,470
2021 0 644 0 0 0 644




All volumes reported in thousand board feet (MBF) Scribner. Ownerships considered private include: Industrial private (Industry), Nonindustrial private forests (N.I.P.F), and Native American tribes (Tribal). Ownerships considered public include: Montana Department of Natural Resource and Conservation (State), United States Department of Agriculture Forest Service (Forest Service), Bureau of Land Management (BLM), County and Municipal (Other Public).



For timber harvests occurring on industrial and nonindustrial private lands as well as Montana DNRC (State) trust lands, timber harvest data were collected from the Montana Department of Natural Resource and Conservation (DNRC) from 2002 through most recent available year. Data represent MBF volumes reported through hazard (slash) reduction agreements with the State of Montana. Volumes are separated between industrial and non-industrial private ownership. Harvest volumes derived from Montana DNRC do not include ton wood, post and pole, and pulpwood volumes.



For timber harvests on the Bureau of Land Management (BLM) timberlands, data were collected from the BLM Timber Harvest Information System, located at the Denver, Colorado office. This system separates timber harvests into four categories: commercial harvests, fuel wood, special forest products (timber harvests that are too small to be viewed as commercial), and stewardship contracting. The BLM data presented here represent the sum of these four categories BLM data can be found at: https://www.blm.gov/programs/natural-resources/forests-and-woodlands/timber-sales/bureau-wide-timber-data.



For timber harvests occurring on U.S. Forest Service lands, data were compiled from annual U.S. Forest Service Automated Timber Sales Accounting System-Volume and Harvested Revenue-State and County Summaries from 2001-2012. Data were retrieved in fiscal year by quarter and converted to calendar year by subtracting the October-December quarter data from prior fiscal year and adding the October-December quarter data from the subsequent fiscal year. Forest Service data include all convertible products including fuelwood and non-saw material.