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Credit to the enormous forest recourses, sustainable management system, scientific harvesting process, American hardwood industry has won a good reputation in the world for keeping balance between economic activity development and natural resources reservation.
The recent RPA Assessment report shows for the last half-century, the quantity of the broad-leave tree has grown over 90%, and the acreage of the broad-leave forest has also grown 18%. The sustainability of forest resource has become the great power supporting the growth of the American hardwood industry.
All Missouri Walnut products come from well managed forests. These forests are applied scientific management to keep the sustainability. In logging season, trees of certain species, at certain age, getting weak or sick are picked and removed, leaving more space and resource to the young generation trees. This healthy generation transition keeps the sustainable growth of the forest.