Special Report

States With the Most Forest

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33. Colorado
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 29.4%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 19.6 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Shrub & herb vegetation (31.4%); agricultural & developed vegetation (18.5%); desert & semi-desert (11.5%)

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32. Utah
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 29.5%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 16.1 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Desert & semi-desert (44.1%); shrub & herb vegetation (13.2%); agricultural & developed vegetation (3.7%)

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31. Ohio
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 29.6%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 8.5 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Agricultural & developed vegetation (47.2%); developed & other human use (13.5%); open water (9.0%)

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30. California
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 32.6%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 34.1 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Desert & semi-desert (26.6%); shrub & herb vegetation (16.5%); agricultural & developed vegetation (10.0%)

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29. Maryland
> Land covered by forest & woodland: 33.3%
> Area covered by forest & woodland: 2.6 million acres
> Other major land cover types: Agricultural & developed vegetation (25.0%); open water (21.5%); developed & other human use (15.2%)

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