WAC 458-40-650 --Timber quality codes defined. The timber quality code numbers for each species of timber shown in the stumpage value tables contained in this chapter are defined as follows:

TABLE 1--Timber Quality Code Table

Stumpage Value Areas 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5

WESTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

 

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

 

 

Log Grade Specifications(1)

Douglas-fir & Spruce

1

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and over 40% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and 15-40% inclusive Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

3

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and less than 15% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

4

25-50% inclusive No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

5

5% to but not including 25% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

6

Less than 5% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

Western Redcedar

& Alaska-Cedar

1

Over 30% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and over 15% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill, Peeler & better log grade.

2

Over 30% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and less than 15% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill, Peeler & better log grade.

3

5-30% inclusive No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

4

Less than 5% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

 

 

 

 

Species

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

 

 

Log Grade Specifications(1)

Western Hemlock, True Firs, & Other Conifers

1

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and over 25% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and 5-25% inclusive Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

3

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade and less than 5% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

4

25-50% inclusive No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

5

5% to but not including 25% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

6

Less than 5% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

Hardwoods

1

All No. 3 Sawmill logs & better log grades.

Hardwood Utility

5

All No. 4 Sawmill log grade and all hardwood logs graded as utility.

Conifer Utility

5

All conifer logs graded as utility log grade

1For detailed descriptions and definitions of approved log scaling, grading rules, and procedures see WAC 458-40-680.

 

TABLE 2Timber Quality Code Table

Stumpage Value Areas 6 and 7

EASTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

 

 

Species

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

 

 

 

Log Grade Specifications

Ponderosa Pine

1

Less than 10 logs 16 feet long per thousand board feet Scribner scale.

2

10 or more logs 16 feet long per thousand board feet Scribner scale.

All Conifers other

than Ponderosa Pine

1

All log sizes.

Hardwoods

1

Sawlogs only.

Utility

5

All logs graded as utility

 

 

TABLE 3--Timber Quality Code Table

Stumpage Value Area 10

EASTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

 

 

Species

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

 

 

Log Grade Specifications

Ponderosa Pine

1

Less than 5 logs 16 feet long per MBF net log Scribner scale

2

5 to 9 logs inclusive 16 feet long per MBF net log Scribner scale

3

More than 9 logs 16 feet long per MBF net log Scribner scale

Other Conifer

1

Less than 5 logs 16 feet long per MBF net log Scribner scale

2

5 to 12 logs inclusive 16 feet long per MBF net log Scribner scale

3

More than 12 logs 16 feet long per MBF net log Scribner scale

Hardwoods

1

All logs graded as sawlogs

Utility

5

All logs graded as utility

 

TABLE 1 -- Harvest Adjustment Table

Stumpage Value Areas 1, 2, 3, 4, and 5

January 1 through June 30, 1989

Type of

Adjustment

 

Definition

Dollar Adjustment Per

Thousand Board Feet

Net Scribner Scale

I. Volume per acre

Class 1

Harvest of more than 40 thousand board feet per acre.

$0.00

Class 2

Harvest of 20 thousand board feet to 40 thousand board feet per acre.

-$4.00

Class 3

Harvest of 10 thousand board feet to but not including 20 thousand board feet per acre.

-$7.00

Class 4

Harvest of 5 thousand board feet to but not including 10 thousand board feet per acre.

-$9.00

Class 5

Harvest of less than 5 thousand board feet per acre.

-$10.00

II. Logging conditions

Class 1

Favorable logging conditions and easy road construction. No significant rock outcrops or swamp barriers. Generally flat to gentle slopes under 40%.

$0.00

Class 2

Average logging conditions and average road construction. Some rock outcrops or swamp barriers. Generally slopes between 40% and 60%.

-$15.00

Class 3

Difficult logging and road building conditions because of numerous rock outcrops and bluffs. Generally rough, broken ground with slopes in excess of 60%.

-$31.00

Class 4

For logs which are yarded from stump to landing by helicopter. This does not include special forest products.

-$78.00

III. Remote island adjustment:

 

For timber harvested from a remote island

-$50.00

IV. Thinning (see WAC 458-40-610(20))

Class 1

Average log volume of 50 board feet or more.

-$25.00

Class 2

Average log volume of less than 50 board feet.

-$35.00

WAC 458-40-610(20) Thinning. Timber removed from a harvest unit meeting all the following conditions:

(a) Located in Western Washington;

(b) The total volume removed is less than forty percent of the total merchantable volume of the harvest unit prior to harvest;

(c) Not more than forty percent of the total volume removed is from the dominant and codominant trees;

(d) The trees removed in the harvest operation shall be distributed over the entire harvest unit.

 

 

TABLE 2Harvest Adjustment Table

Stumpage Value Areas 6, 7, and 10

January 1 through June 30, 1989

Type of

Adjustment

 

Definition

Dollar Adjustment Per

Thousand Board Feet

Net Scribner Scale

I. Volume per acre

Class 1

Harvest of more than 8 thousand board feet per acre.

$0.00

Class 2

Harvest of 3 thousand board feet to 8 thousand board feet per acre.

-$7.00

Class 3

Harvest of less than 3 thousand board feet per acre.

-$10.00

II. Logging conditions

Class 1

Favorable logging conditions and easy road construction. No significant rock outcrops or swamp barriers. Generally flat to gentle slopes under 40%.

$0.00

Class 2

Average logging conditions and average road construction. Some rock outcrops or swamp barriers. Generally slopes between 40% and 60%.

-$13.00

Class 3

Difficult logging and road building conditions because of numerous rock outcrops and bluffs. Generally rough, broken ground with slopes in excess of 60%.

-$26.00

Class 4

For logs which are yarded from stump to landing by helicopter. This does not include special forest products.

-$78.00

III. Remote island adjustment:

 

For timber harvested from a remote island

-$50.00

 

 

TABLE 1 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 1

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir

DF

1

$341

$334

$327

$320

$313

2

294

287

280

273

266

3

269

262

255

248

241

4

246

239

232

225

218

5

193

186

179

172

165

6

145

138

131

124

117

Western Redcedar(2)

RC

1

446

439

432

425

418

2

431

424

417

410

403

3

283

276

269

262

255

4

204

197

190

183

176

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

496

489

482

475

468

2

448

441

434

427

420

3

245

238

231

224

217

4

213

206

199

192

185

5

168

161

154

147

140

6

119

112

105

98

91

Western Hemlock(3)

WH

1

335

328

321

314

307

2

240

233

226

219

212

3

213

206

199

192

185

4

194

187

180

173

166

5

153

146

139

132

125

6

67

60

53

46

39

Other Conifer

OC

1

335

328

321

314

307

2

240

233

226

219

212

3

213

206

199

192

185

4

194

187

180

173

166

5

153

146

139

132

125

6

67

60

53

46

39

Red Alder

RA

1

74

67

60

53

46

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

31

24

17

10

3

Other Hardwood

OH

1

31

24

17

10

3

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

16

16

16

16

16

Conifer Utility

CU

5

6

6

6

6

6

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Alaska-cedar

(3)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

 

TABLE 2 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 1

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake Blocks(1)

RCS

1

$342

$335

$328

$321

$314

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

153

146

139

132

125

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

DF Christmas Trees(3)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(3)

TFX

1

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 3 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 2

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir

DF

1

$397

$390

$383

$376

$369

2

380

373

366

359

352

3

317

310

303

296

289

4

255

248

241

234

227

5

193

186

179

172

165

6

145

138

131

124

117

Western Redcedar(2)

RC

1

395

388

381

374

367

2

393

386

379

372

365

3

309

302

295

288

281

4

167

160

153

146

139

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

482

475

468

461

454

2

169

162

155

148

141

3

163

156

149

142

135

4

129

122

115

108

101

5

116

109

102

95

88

6

104

97

90

83

76

Western Hemlock(3)

WH

1

297

290

283

276

269

2

240

233

226

219

212

3

220

213

206

199

192

4

175

168

161

154

147

5

131

124

117

110

103

6

57

50

43

36

29

Other Conifer

OC

1

297

290

283

276

269

2

240

233

226

219

212

3

220

213

206

199

192

4

175

168

161

154

147

5

131

124

117

110

103

6

57

50

43

36

29

Red Alder

RA

1

68

61

54

47

40

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

31

24

17

10

3

Other Hardwood

OH

1

31

24

17

10

3

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

16

16

16

16

16

Conifer Utility

CU

5

6

6

6

6

6

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Alaska-cedar

(3)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

 

TABLE 4 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 2

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake Blocks(1)

RCS

1

$342

$335

$328

$321

$314

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

153

146

139

132

125

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

DF Christmas Trees(3)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(3)

TFX

1

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 5 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 3

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir(2)

DF

1

$420

$413

$406

$399

$392

2

343

336

329

322

315

3

324

317

310

303

296

4

293

286

279

272

265

5

167

160

153

146

139

6

161

154

147

140

133

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

396

389

382

375

368

2

336

329

322

315

308

3

230

223

216

209

202

4

210

203

196

189

182

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

380

373

366

359

352

2

276

269

262

255

248

3

190

183

176

169

162

4

154

147

140

133

126

5

103

96

89

82

75

6

88

81

74

67

60

Other Conifer

OC

1

380

373

366

359

352

2

276

269

262

255

248

3

190

183

176

169

162

4

154

147

140

133

126

5

103

96

89

82

75

6

88

81

74

67

60

Red Alder

RA

1

58

51

44

37

30

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

31

24

17

10

3

Other Hardwood

OH

1

31

24

17

10

3

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

16

16

16

16

16

Conifer Utility

CU

5

6

6

6

6

6

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Western Larch

(3)Includes Alaska-cedar

(4)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

 

TABLE 6 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 3

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake Blocks(1)

RCS

1

$342

$335

$328

$321

$314

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

153

146

139

132

125

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

DF Christmas Trees(3)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(3)

TFX

1

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 7 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 4

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir(2)

DF

1

$396

$389

$382

$375

$368

2

292

285

278

271

264

3

287

280

273

266

259

4

209

202

195

188

181

5

167

160

153

146

139

6

161

154

147

140

133

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

470

463

456

449

442

2

292

285

278

271

264

3

262

255

248

241

234

4

203

196

189

182

175

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

396

389

382

375

368

2

278

271

264

257

250

3

217

210

203

196

189

4

183

176

169

162

155

5

167

160

153

146

139

6

123

116

109

102

95

Other Conifer

OC

1

396

389

382

375

368

2

278

271

264

257

250

3

217

210

203

196

189

4

183

176

169

162

155

5

167

160

153

146

139

6

123

116

109

102

95

Red Alder

RA

1

67

60

53

46

39

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

31

24

17

10

3

Other Hardwood

OH

1

31

24

17

10

3

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

16

16

16

16

16

Conifer Utility

CU

5

6

6

6

6

6

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Western Larch

(3)Includes Alaska-cedar

(4)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

 

TABLE 8 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 4

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake Blocks(1)

RCS

1

$342

$335

$328

$321

$314

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

153

146

139

132

125

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

DF Christmas Trees(3)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(3)

TFX

1

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 9 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 5

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir(2)

DF

1

$469

$462

$455

$448

$441

2

317

310

303

296

289

3

278

271

264

257

250

4

177

170

163

156

149

5

166

159

152

145

138

6

161

154

147

140

133

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

402

395

388

381

374

2

273

266

259

252

245

3

245

238

231

224

217

4

187

180

173

166

159

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

434

427

420

413

406

2

238

231

224

217

210

3

222

215

208

201

194

4

181

174

167

160

153

5

107

100

93

86

79

6

73

66

59

52

45

Other Conifer

OC

1

434

427

420

413

406

2

238

231

224

217

210

3

222

215

208

201

194

4

181

174

167

160

153

5

107

100

93

86

79

6

73

66

59

52

45

Red Alder

RA

1

70

63

56

49

42

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

31

24

17

10

3

Other Hardwood

OH

1

31

24

17

10

3

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

16

16

16

16

16

Conifer Utility

CU

5

6

6

6

6

6

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Western Larch

(3)Includes Alaska-cedar

(4)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

 

TABLE 10 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 5

January 1 through June 30, 1989

WESTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake Blocks(1)

RCS

1

$342

$335

$328

$321

$314

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

153

146

139

132

125

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

0.76

DF Christmas Trees(3)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(3)

TFX

1

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

0.50

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 11 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 6

January 1 through June 30, 1989

EASTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir(2)

DF

1

$158

$152

$146

$140

$134

Engelmann Spruce

ES

1

104

98

92

86

80

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

76

70

64

58

52

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

240

234

228

222

216

2

164

158

152

146

140

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

139

133

127

121

115

True Firs(4)

WH

1

118

112

106

100

94

Western White Pine

WP

1

197

191

185

179

173

Hardwoods

OH

1

23

17

11

5

1

Utility

CU

5

18

18

18

18

18

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Western Larch

(3)Includes Alaska-cedar

(4)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir,

 

TABLE 12 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 6

January 1 through June 30, 1989

EASTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake & Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

$54

$48

$42

$36

$30

LP & Other Posts(2)

LPP

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Pine Christmas Trees(3)

PX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(4)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot. Includes Ponderosa Pine, Western White Pine, and Lodgepole Pine.

(4)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 13 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 7

January 1 through June 30, 1989

EASTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir(2)

DF

1

$107

$101

$95

$89

$83

Engelmann Spruce

ES

1

86

80

74

68

62

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

81

75

69

63

57

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

166

160

154

148

142

2

118

112

106

100

94

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

153

147

141

135

129

True Firs(4)

WH

1

92

86

80

74

68

Western White Pine

WP

1

181

175

169

163

157

Hardwoods

OH

1

23

17

11

5

1

Utility

CU

5

10

10

10

10

10

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Western Larch

(3)Includes Alaska-cedar

(4)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir,

 

TABLE 14 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 7

January 1 through June 30, 1989

EASTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake & Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

$54

$48

$42

$36

$30

LP & Other Posts(2)

LPP

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Pine Christmas Trees(3)

PX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(4)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot. Includes Ponderosa Pine, Western White Pine, and Lodgepole Pine.

(4)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 15 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 10

January 1 through June 30, 1989

EASTERN WASHINGTON MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER

Stumpage Values per Thousand Board Feet Net Scribner Log Scale(1)

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

Douglas-fir(2)

DF

1

$230

$224

$218

$212

$206

2

$186

$180

$174

$168

$162

3

$138

$132

$126

$120

$114

Engelmann Spruce

ES

1

$118

$112

$106

$100

$94

2

$110

$104

$98

$92

$86

3

$108

$102

$96

$90

$84

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

$125

$119

$113

$107

$101

2

$115

$109

$103

$97

$91

3

$105

$99

$93

$87

$81

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

$256

$250

$244

$238

$232

2

$246

$240

$234

$228

$222

3

$150

$144

$138

$132

$126

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

$149

$143

$137

$131

$125

2

$136

$130

$124

$118

$112

3

$126

$120

$114

$108

$102

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

$277

$271

$265

$259

$253

2

$221

$215

$209

$203

$197

3

$157

$151

$145

$139

$133

Western White Pine

WP

1

$359

$353

$347

$341

$335

2

$240

$234

$228

$222

$216

3

$121

$115

$109

$103

$97

Other Hardwood

OH

1

$23

$17

$11

$5

$1

Conifer Utility

CU

5

$7

$7

$7

$7

$7

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Includes Western Larch

(3)Includes Alaska-cedar

(4)Includes Western Hemlock, Mountain Hemlock, Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir.

Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir are all commonly referred to as "White Fir".

 

TABLE 16 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 10

January 1 through June 30, 1989

EASTERN WASHINGTON SPECIAL FOREST PRODUCTS

Stumpage Values per Product Unit

 

Species

Name

 

Species

Code

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

Hauling

Distance Zone Number

1

2

3

4

5

RC Shake & Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

$54

$48

$42

$36

$30

LP & Other Posts(2)

LPP

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Pine Christmas Trees(3)

PX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(4)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion methods WAC 458-40-684 and

WAC 458-40-686.

(2)Stumpage value per 8 lineal feet or portion thereof.

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot. Includes Ponderosa Pine, Western White Pine, and Lodgepole Pine.

(4)Stumpage value per lineal foot.