The black forest industries are in decline.
They have declined over the past decade.
What’s worse, the decline has been exacerbated by the advent of new technologies that are reshaping the way forests are managed.
The decline has forced many businesses, from lumber producers to landscapers to construction firms, to look elsewhere for jobs.
What the decline means for the forest is still largely unknown, but it could have serious implications for the health of the American economy.
The black tree industry employs hundreds of thousands of Americans and provides an important source of income for many of the communities it serves.
In addition to lumber and other products that are used to construct homes and businesses, the black tree industries are also involved in the construction of power plants, water systems, power lines and other infrastructure.
Some industries rely on the wood from the trees they sell for their fuel.
Others use the wood to make tools and furniture.
A new generation of these technologies have changed the way the forest works and has led to the disappearance of many traditional occupations in the forest.
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