Clark, Harrisburg Hardwoods Development Council Elam M.
What does HDC stand for?
HDC stands for Hardwoods Development Council (Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture; Harrisburg, PA)
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Submitted to Pennsylvania Hardwoods Development Council, Pennsylvania Dept.
The Hardwoods Development Council was created by legislation in October 1988.
Coordinating the economic development efforts of the Pennsylvania Hardwoods Development Council is the Governor's Response Team.
The four-day mission was co-sponsored by the Pennsylvania Department of Agriculture's Hardwoods Development Council and the Department of Community and Economic Development's Office of International Business Development.
For more information on Pennsylvania's hardwoods industry, or about hardwoods trade opportunities, contact the Pennsylvania Hardwoods Development Council at 717-772-3715, or visit http://www.
Casey, with bipartisan support of the Pennsylvania legislature, created a 21-member Hardwoods Development Council in 1988 to help expand and promote Pennsylvania's forest products industry.
In honor of Williamsport's bicentennial, the Pennsylvania Hardwoods Development Council presented exhibits that celebrate the region's lumber heritage.