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Approximately 100,146 acres of Pierce County is forested. The most abundant forest-type groups in Pierce County are hardwood types – particularly the oak/hickory and the maple/basswood forest types. Oak and hickory, which comprise approximately 47% of the total forested area, are found in the southern and western parts of the county on lighter soils along the Saint Croix and Mississippi Rivers. Maple and basswood comprise 34% of the total forested area and are found in the central and eastern parts of the county on rich silt loam soils, followed by elm, ash and cottonwood at 9% which are found in bottom lands and floodplains along rivers and major streams, as well as aspen and birch at 9%, which are found in a variety of soils in small bands throughout the county. Pine and spruce comprise approximately 1% of the total forested area and are disbursed throughout the county.
2010: 41, 019