Special Report

States With the Most Forest

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8. Connecticut
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 56.2%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 2.0 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Developed & other human use (22.3%); open water (12.8%); agricultural & developed vegetation (6.6%)

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7. Georgia
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 58.2%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 22.1 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Agricultural & developed vegetation (18.1%); developed & other human use (10.1%); recently disturbed or modified (9.5%)

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6. Pennsylvania
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 59.6%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 17.6 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Agricultural & developed vegetation (22.7%); developed & other human use (12.3%); open water (2.9%)

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5. Alabama
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 61.4%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 20.6 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Agricultural & developed vegetation (17.9%); recently disturbed or modified (9.5%); developed & other human use (7.3%)

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4. Vermont
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 73.9%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 4.5 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Agricultural & developed vegetation (15.1%); developed & other human use (5.6%); open water (4.0%)

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