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President

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Arkansas Forestry Association
1213 West 4Th St
Little Rock, Arkansas 72201
United States

Company Description: The Arkansas Forestry Association works to advance the cause of forestry, develop a public appreciation for the environmental and economic value of the forests of...   more
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Employment History

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Arkansas Forestry Association : Leadership and Staff
arkforests.org, 29 July 2014 [cached]
Allen Morgan, Hunter-Wasson Inc., Arkadelphia
Arkansas Forestry Association : Leadership & Staff
arkforests.org, 31 Oct 2012 [cached]
President - Allen Morgan, Hunter-Wasson, Arkadelphia
Allen Morgan, an EDCCC ...
www.thesuntimes.com, 5 Feb 2013 [cached]
Allen Morgan, an EDCCC member and co-owner of the Arkadelphia-based timber company Hunter-Wasson, Inc., declined to comment on whether there has been local discussion with Sun Paper, but did shed light on why southern Arkansas would be an ideal location for a paper plant.
"I can't talk about projects that may or may not be ... especially for a city as close as Camden because we wouldn't want them to know what our offer has been," Morgan said. "But as a member of the timber industry in Arkansas, I can say that in the last 30 years there have been 1 million acres of commercial timberland added in the state."
Morgan explained that, prior to the economic recession, Arkansas timber companies were growing more timber than they were harvesting. "Clark County lost a huge proportion of the mills that bought our landowners' timber, and as a result of that ... we're growing in excess of what we now cut - about 6 million tons per year - so we would easily provide enough raw materials for one large plant or several smaller plants."
Morgan also noted that Arkansas counties with high per capita incomes in the state have a paper mill; Ashdown in Little River County ($15,899) has Domtar, while Crossett in Ashley County ($15,702) has Georgia-Pacific. Other notables include Morrilton in Conway County ($16,056) and Russellville in Pope County ($15,918).
Clark County's per capita income is $14,533, and the per capita income for Ouachita County, which was once home to International Paper, is $15,118.
"If we were to get a facility of this kind, it would be huge for Clark County," Morgan added. But he still wouldn't say whether the EDCCC has made Sun Paper - or any prospective industry, for that matter - any offers in terms of incentives.
Asked if he anticipates a big announcement to be made in the coming weeks, he said, "I sure hope so."
Arkansas Forestry Association : Leadership & Staff
www.arkforests.org, 28 Jan 2010 [cached]
Vice President - Allen Morgan, Hunter-Wasson, Arkadelphia
Hunter Wasson Forestry Staff
hunterwasson.com.dnnmax.com, 7 Nov 2011 [cached]
Allen Morgan -allenm@hunter-wasson.com
President & Registered Forester
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