Haines State Forest
The Haines State Forest contains 270,410 acres of rugged topography. The forest is composed mostly of two forest types---western hemlock/Sitka spruce, and black cottonwood/willow. About 18 percent of the state forest (49,231 acres) is dedicated to timber harvest with an allowable harvest of 6.96 million board feet per year.
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