WAC 458-40-650 Timber excise tax--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, 5, and 10

All Harvesters

 

 

Species

Timber

Quality

Code

Number

 

 

Log Grade Specifications

Douglas-fir

1

Over 50% No. 2 sawmill and better log grade, and 15% and over Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill and better log grade.

2

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

3

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

4

Less than 25% No. 2 Sawmill and better log grade.

Western Redcedar

and Alaska-Cedar

1

Over 30% No. 2 Sawmill and better log grade, and 15%

and over Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill, and better log grade.

2

Over 30% No. 2 sawmill and better log grade, and less

than 15% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill and better log grade.

3

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

4

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

Western Hemlock, True Firs, Other Conifer, and Spruce

1

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill and better log grade, and 5%

and over Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill and better log

grade

2

Over 50% No. 2 Sawmill and better log grade, and less

than 5% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill and better log

grade

3

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

4

Less than 25% No. 2 Sawmill and better log grade.

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.

Lodgepole Pine

1

All log grades.

Red Alder and other hardwoods

1

Over 50% No. 3 Sawmill and better log grades.

2

10-50% inclusive No. 3 Sawmill and better log grades.

3

Less than 10% inclusive No. 3 Sawmill and better log

Black Cottonwood

1

35% and over Peeler log grade.

2

Less than 35% Peeler log grade, and 15% and greater No. 1 Sawmill and better log grade.

3

Less Than 15% No. 1 Sawmill and better log grade.

Chipwood

1

All logs that comply with the definition of chipwood in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(d).

Piles

1

All logs that comply with the definition of piles in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(g).

Poles

1

All logs that comply with the definition of poles in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(h).

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

 

 

TABLE 2--Timber Quality Code Table

Stumpage Value Areas 6 and 7

 

Species

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.

Small Logs

1

All conifer logs that comply with the definition of small logs in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(e).

Chipwood

1

All logs that comply with the definition of chipwood in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(d).

Piles

1

All logs that comply with the definition of piles in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(g).

Poles

1

All logs that comply with the definition of poles in WAC 458-40-610 (18)(h).

 

TABLE 1 -- Harvest Adjustment Table

Stumpage Value Areas 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, AND 10

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

Most of the harvest unit has less than 30% slope. No significant rock outcrops or swamp barriers.

$0.00

Class 2

Most of the harvest unit has slopes between 30% and 60%. Some rock outcrops or swamp barriers.

-$17.00

Class 3

Most of the harvest unit has rough, broken ground with slopes over 60%. Numerous rock outcrops and bluffs.

-$25.00

Class 4

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

-$145.00

Note: A Class 2 adjustment may be used for slopes less than 30% when cable logging is required by a duly promulgated forest practice regulation. Written documentation of this requirement must be provided by the taxpayer to the department.

III. Remote island adjustment:

 

For timber harvested from a remote island

-$50.00

IV. Thinning (see WAC 458-40-610(21))

Class 1

Average log volume of 50 board feet or more.

-$25.00

Class 2

Average log volume of less than 50 board feet.

-$125.00

WAC 458-40-610(21) Thinning. The removal of timber from a harvest unit meeting the following conditions:

(a) Located in stumpage value areas 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, and 10;

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

(c) Leave a minumum of one hundred undamaged, evenly spaced,dominant or codominant trees per acre of a commercial species or combination thereof;

 

 

TABLE 2--Harvest Adjustment Table

Stumpage Value Areas 6 and 7

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

Most of the harvest unit has less than 30% slope. No significant rock outcrops or swamp barriers.

$0.00

Class 2

Most of the harvest unit has slopes between 30% and 60%. Some rock outcrops or swamp barriers.

-$20.00

Class 3

Most of the harvest unit has rough, broken ground with slopes over 60%. Numerous rock outcrops and bluffs.

-$30.00

Class 4

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

-$145.00

Note: A Class 2 adjustment may be used for slopes less than 30% when cable logging is required by a duly promulgated forest practice regulation. Written documentation of this requirement must be provided by the taxpayer to the department.

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, 1996

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

$853

$846

$839

$832

$825

2

678

671

664

657

650

3

600

593

586

579

572

4

373

366

359

352

345

Western Redcedar(2)

RC

1

783

776

769

762

755

2

683

676

669

662

655

3

591

584

577

570

563

4

408

401

394

387

380

Western Hemlock(3)

WH

1

594

587

580

573

566

2

463

456

449

442

435

3

421

414

407

400

393

4

386

379

372

365

358

Other Conifer

OC

1

594

587

580

573

566

2

463

456

449

442

435

3

421

414

407

400

393

4

386

379

372

365

358

Red Alder

RA

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

167

160

153

146

139

3

141

134

127

120

113

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

134

127

120

113

106

3

24

17

10

3

1

Other Hardwood

OH

1

131

124

117

110

103

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

44

37

30

23

16

Douglas-fir Poles

DFL

1

1041

1034

1027

1020

1013

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1270

1263

1256

1249

1242

Chipwood

CHW

1

24

23

22

21

20

RC Shake Blocks

RCS

1

310

303

296

289

282

RC Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

118

111

104

97

90

RC & Other Posts(4)

RCP

1

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

DF Christmas Trees(5)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(5)

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)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".

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

(5)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 2 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 2

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$759

$752

$745

$738

$731

2

719

712

705

698

691

3

665

658

651

644

637

4

374

367

360

353

346

Western Redcedar(2)

RC

1

783

776

769

762

755

2

683

676

669

662

655

3

591

584

577

570

563

4

408

401

394

387

380

Western Hemlock(3)

WH

1

535

528

521

514

507

2

502

495

488

481

474

3

478

471

464

457

450

4

401

394

387

380

373

Other Conifer

OC

1

535

528

521

514

507

2

502

495

488

481

474

3

478

471

464

457

450

4

401

394

387

380

373

Red Alder

RA

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

167

160

153

146

139

3

141

134

127

120

113

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

134

127

120

113

106

3

24

17

10

3

1

Other Hardwood

OH

1

131

124

117

110

103

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

44

37

30

23

16

Douglas-fir Poles

DFL

1

895

888

881

874

867

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1073

1066

1059

1052

1045

Chipwood

CHW

1

24

23

22

21

20

RC Shake Blocks

RCS

1

310

303

296

289

282

RC Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

118

111

104

97

90

RC & Other Posts(4)

RCP

1

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

DF Christmas Trees(5)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(5)

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)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".

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

(5)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 3 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 3

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$782

$775

$768

$761

$754

2

663

656

649

642

635

3

646

639

632

625

618

4

389

382

375

368

361

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

783

776

769

762

755

2

683

676

669

662

655

3

591

584

577

570

563

4

408

401

394

387

380

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

530

523

516

509

502

2

483

476

469

462

455

3

454

447

440

433

426

4

375

368

361

354

347

Other Conifer

OC

1

530

523

516

509

502

2

483

476

469

462

455

3

454

447

440

433

426

4

375

368

361

354

347

Red Alder

RA

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

167

160

153

146

139

3

141

134

127

120

113

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

134

127

120

113

106

3

24

17

10

3

1

Other Hardwood

OH

1

131

124

117

110

103

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

44

37

30

23

16

Douglas-fir Poles

DFL

1

982

975

968

961

954

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1190

1183

1176

1169

1162

Chipwood

CHW

1

24

23

22

21

20

RC Shake Blocks

RCS

1

310

303

296

289

282

RC Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

118

111

104

97

90

RC & Other Posts(5)

RCP

1

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

DF Christmas Trees(6)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(6)

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)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".

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

(6)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 4 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 4

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$746

$739

$732

$725

$718

2

697

690

683

676

669

3

616

609

602

595

588

4

382

375

368

361

354

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

302

295

288

281

274

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

570

563

556

549

542

2

425

418

411

404

397

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

783

776

769

762

755

2

683

676

669

662

655

3

591

584

577

570

563

4

408

401

394

387

380

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

543

536

529

522

515

2

475

468

461

454

447

3

444

437

430

423

416

4

362

355

348

341

334

Other Conifer

OC

1

543

536

529

522

515

2

475

468

461

454

447

3

444

437

430

423

416

4

362

355

348

341

334

Red Alder

RA

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

167

160

153

146

139

3

141

134

127

120

113

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

134

127

120

113

106

3

24

17

10

3

1

Other Hardwood

OH

1

131

124

117

110

103

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

44

37

30

23

16

Douglas-fir Poles

DFL

1

1152

1145

1138

1131

1124

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1418

1411

1404

1397

1390

Chipwood

CHW

1

24

23

22

21

20

RC Shake Blocks

RCS

1

310

303

296

289

282

RC Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

118

111

104

97

90

RC & Other Posts(5)

RCP

1

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

DF Christmas Trees(6)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(6)

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)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".

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

(6)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 5 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 5

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$768

$761

$754

$747

$740

2

690

683

676

669

662

3

621

614

607

600

593

4

390

383

376

369

362

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

302

295

288

281

274

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

570

563

556

549

542

2

425

418

411

404

397

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

783

776

769

762

755

2

683

676

669

662

655

3

591

584

577

570

563

4

408

401

394

387

380

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

533

526

519

512

505

2

448

441

434

427

420

3

422

415

408

401

394

4

371

364

357

350

343

Other Conifer

OC

1

533

526

519

512

505

2

448

441

434

427

420

3

422

415

408

401

394

4

371

364

357

350

343

Red Alder

RA

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

167

160

153

146

139

3

141

134

127

120

113

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

134

127

120

113

106

3

24

17

10

3

1

Other Hardwood

OH

1

131

124

117

110

103

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

44

37

30

23

16

Douglas-fir Poles

DFL

1

1057

1050

1043

1036

1029

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1195

1188

1181

1174

1167

Chipwood

CHW

1

24

23

22

21

20

RC Shake Blocks

RCS

1

310

303

296

289

282

RC Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

118

111

104

97

90

RC & Other Posts(5)

RCP

1

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

DF Christmas Trees(6)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(6)

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)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".

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

(6)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 6 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 6

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$306

$299

$292

$285

$278

Engelmann Spruce

ES

1

234

227

220

213

206

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

204

197

190

183

176

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

514

507

500

493

486

2

316

309

302

295

288

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

347

340

333

326

319

True Firs(4)

WH

1

243

236

229

222

215

Western White Pine

WP

1

409

402

395

388

381

Hardwoods

OH

1

50

43

36

29

22

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1205

1204

1203

1202

1201

Small Logs

SML

1

32

31

30

29

28

Chipwood

CHW

1

15

14

13

12

11

RC Shake & Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

92

85

78

71

64

LP & Other Posts(5)

LPP

1

0.35

0.35

0.35

0.35

0.35

Pine Christmas Trees(6)

PX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(7)

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)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".

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

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

(7)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 7 -- STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 7

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$300

$293

$286

$279

$272

Engelmann Spruce

ES

1

234

227

220

213

206

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

204

197

190

183

176

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

514

507

500

493

486

2

316

309

302

295

288

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

320

313

306

299

292

True Firs(4)

WH

1

233

226

219

212

205

Western White Pine

WP

1

409

402

395

388

381

Hardwoods

OH

1

50

43

36

29

22

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

954

953

952

951

950

Small Logs

SML

1

20

19

18

17

16

Chipwood

CHW

1

11

10

9

8

7

RC Shake & Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

92

85

78

71

64

LP & Other Posts(5)

LPP

1

0.35

0.35

0.35

0.35

0.35

Pine Christmas Trees(6)

PX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(7)

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)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".

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

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

(7)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 8 STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 10

January 1 through June 30, 1996

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

$732

$725

$718

$711

$704

2

683

676

669

662

655

3

602

595

588

581

574

4

368

361

354

347

340

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

204

197

190

183

176

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

514

507

500

493

486

2

316

309

302

295

288

Western Redcedar(3)

RC

1

769

762

755

748

741

2

669

662

655

648

641

3

577

570

563

556

549

4

394

387

380

373

366

Western Hemlock(4)

WH

1

529

522

515

508

501

2

461

454

447

440

433

3

430

423

416

409

402

4

348

341

334

327

320

Other Conifer

OC

1

529

522

515

508

501

2

461

454

447

440

433

3

430

423

416

409

402

4

348

341

334

327

320

Red Alder

RA

1

153

146

139

132

125

2

153

146

139

132

125

3

127

120

113

106

99

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

143

136

129

122

115

2

120

113

106

99

92

3

10

3

1

1

1

Other Hardwood

OH

1

117

110

103

96

89

2

117

110

103

96

89

3

30

23

16

9

2

Douglas-fir Poles

DFL

1

1138

1131

1124

1117

1110

Western Redcedar Poles

RCL

1

1404

1397

1390

1383

1376

Chipwood

CHW

1

24

23

22

21

20

RC Shake Blocks

RCS

1

310

303

296

289

282

RC Shingle Blocks

RCF

1

118

111

104

97

90

RC & Other Posts(5)

RCP

1

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

0.45

DF Christmas Trees(6)

DFX

1

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

0.25

Other Christmas Trees(6)

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)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".

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

(6)Stumpage value per lineal foot.