Pennsylvania Natural Resources?

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Pennsylvania is full of natural resources. More than one-fourth of the area in Pennsylvania is made up of bituminous coal beds. Other natural resources are lumber and natural gas.
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Mostly coal. in a distant second is construction/cement-grade limestone. Also read the links below. Official links, state and federal. There is a very small lumber and agriculture
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