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1154. Selected Species -- Stumpage Prices in Current and Constant (1992) Dollars

[In dollars per 1,000 board feet. Stumpage prices are based on sales of sawtimber from National Forests]

 
Species 1985 1986 1987 1988 1989 1990 1991 1992 1993 1994 1995 1996 1997 1998 1999 2000
 
CURRENT DOLLARS
 
Softwoods:
  Douglas-fir 2 126 161 190 156 390 466 395 477 318 652 454 436 331 254
  Southern pine 3 91 104 136 142 131 127 166 198 217 266 248 241 307 288
  Sugar pine 4 110 170 288 260 289 285 241 492 598 625 397 318 234 200
  Ponderosa pine 4 5 101 157 209 182 292 218 238 292 535 291 150 274 270 205
  Western hemlock 6 51 75 105 163 223 203 164 165 364 335 297 248 211 161
 
Hardwoods:
  All eastern hardwoods 7 65 70 88 151 136 146 160 167 264 352 309 259 287 241
  Oak, white, red, and
    black 7 95 108 147 146 179 188 164 211 195 317 297 237 265 270
  Maple, sugar 8 70 66 81 108 129 135 121 145 220 313 286 238 357 395
 
CONSTANT (1992) DOLLARS
 
Softwoods:
  Douglas-fir 2 143 148 217 281 407 470 397 477 313 635 426 400 305 230
  Southern pine 3 103 122 155 156 137 128 167 198 214 259 233 221 282 261
  Sugar pine 4 125 199 328 285 302 287 242 492 589 609 373 292 215 181
  Ponderosa pine 4 5 115 184 238 200 305 220 239 292 527 283 141 251 248 186
  Western hemlock 6 58 88 120 179 233 205 165 165 359 326 279 227 194 146
 
Hardwoods:
  All eastern hardwoods 7 74 82 101 166 142 147 161 167 260 343 295 287 264 219 162
  Oak, white, red, and
    black 7 107 126 167 160 187 190 165 211 192 309 279 243 243 245 264
  Maple, sugar 8 80 77 92 119 134 136 121 145 216 305 268 196 328 358 373
 
PERCENT CHANGE FROM PRIOR YEAR SHOWN
 
CURRENT DOLLARS
 
Softwoods:
  Douglas-fir 2 (NA) 27.8 18.0 -17.9 150.0 19.5 -15.2 20.8 -33.3 105.0 -30.4 -4.0 -24.1 -23.3 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Southern pine 3 (NA) 14.3 30.8 4.4 -7.7 -3.1 30.7 19.3 9.6 22.6 -6.8 -2.8 27.4 -6.2 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Sugar pine 4 (NA) 54.5 69.4 -9.7 11.2 -1.4 -15.4 104.1 21.5 4.5 -36.5 -19.9 -26.4 -14.5 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Ponderosa pine 4 5 (NA) 55.4 33.1 -12.9 60.4 -25.3 9.2 22.7 83.2 -45.6 -48.5 82.7 -1.5 -24.1 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Western hemlock 6 (NA) 47.1 40.0 55.2 36.8 -9.0 -19.2 0.6 120.6 -8.0 -11.3 -16.5 -14.9 -23.7 -100.0 #�����/0!
 
Hardwoods:
  All eastern hardwoods 7 (NA) 7.7 25.7 71.6 -9.9 7.4 9.6 4.4 58.1 33.3 -12.2 -16.2 10.8 -16.0 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Oak, white, red, and
    black 7 (NA) 13.7 36.1 -0.7 22.6 5.0 -12.8 28.7 -7.6 62.6 -6.3 -20.2 11.8 1.9 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Maple, sugar 8 (NA) -5.7 22.7 33.3 19.4 4.7 -10.4 19.8 51.7 42.3 -8.6 -16.8 50.0 10.6 -100.0 #�����/0!
 
CONSTANT (1992) DOLLARS
 
Softwoods:
  Douglas-fir 2 (NA) 3.0 46.9 29.4 45.1 15.4 -15.5 20.2 -34.4 102.9 -32.9 -6.1 -23.8 -24.6 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Southern pine 3 (NA) 17.8 27.5 0.4 -12.1 -6.5 30.5 18.6 8.1 21.0 -10.0 -5.2 27.6 -7.4 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Sugar pine 4 (NA) 59.2 65.2 -13.2 5.9 -5.0 -15.7 103.3 19.7 3.4 -38.8 -21.7 -26.4 -15.8 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Ponderosa pine 4 5 (NA) 60.2 29.8 -16.3 52.9 -27.9 8.6 22.2 80.5 -46.3 -50.2 78.0 -1.2 -25.0 -100.0 #�����/0!
  Western hemlock 6 (NA) 51.5 36.5 49.3 30.4 -12.0 -19.5 0.0 117.6 -9.2 -14.4 -18.6 -14.5 -24.7 -100.0 #�����/0!
 
Hardwoods:
  All eastern hardwoods 7 (NA) 10.2 22.9 65.1 -14.5 3.8 9.4 3.4 56.2 31.7 -13.9 -2.8 -8.1 -17.1 -25.8 -100.0
  Oak, white, red, and
    black 7 (NA) 17.8 32.4 -4.2 16.5 1.4 -13.2 28.3 -9.2 61.2 -9.8 -13.0 0.2 0.7 7.8 -100.0
  Maple, sugar 8 (NA) -2.6 18.6 29.5 13.0 1.5 -11.0 19.1 49.6 41.1 -12.1 -27.1 67.8 9.0 4.2 -100.0


NA Not available.
1 Deflated by the producer price index, all commodities.
2 Western Washington and western Oregon.
3 Southern region.
4 Pacific Southwest region (formerly California region).
5 Includes Jeffrey pine.
6 Pacific Northwest region.
7 Eastern and Southern regions.
8 Eastern region.

Source: U.S. Forest Service. Timber Demand and Technolgy Assessment, RWU-4851. Also in Agricultural Statistics, annual, and unpublished data.

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These tables are based on figures supplied by the United States Census Bureau, U.S. Department of Commerce and are subject to revision by the Census Bureau.

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