Both hardwoods and softwoods are produced in Kenya. The chief hardwoods are musheragi, muiri, mukeo, camphor, and musaise. The chief softwoods are podo, cedar, and cypress. The supply of softwoods is adequate for local needs, both for building and other purposes. Wattle, grown mainly on small African plantations, provides the base of an important industry. Kenya maintains some 2,320,000 ha (5,733,000 acres) in indigenous forests, mangroves, and forest plantations, about 4% of the total land area. Total forest and woodland coverage is about 30%. The timber cut in 2000 was nearly 21.6 billion cu m (762 billion cu ft) of roundwood, of which 95% went for fuel. Production that year included 185,000 cu m (6.5 million cu ft) of sawn wood and 66,000 cu m (2.3 million cu ft) of wood pulp. In 1975, production of the first Kenya-made paper began at the Pan-African Paper Mills in Webuye.