TABLE 1 – Timber Quality Code Table

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

July 1 through December 31, 1984

OLD GROWTH

(100 years of age and older)

 

Timber

Qual.

Code

 

Log Grade Specifications(1)

Douglas-fir

1

Over 40% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

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

3

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

Western Redcedar & Alaska-Cedar

1

Over 20% No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

10-20% inclusive No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

3

Less than 10% No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

Noble Fir & Spruce

1

Over 35% No. 1 Sawmill, Peeler grade or Select spruce grade & better.

2

15-35% inclusive No. 1 Sawmill, Peeler or Select & better log grade.

3

Less than 15% No. 1 Sawmill, Peeler or Select & better log grade.

Western Hemlock, True Firs & Other Conifer

1

Over 25% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

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

3

Less than 5% Special Mill, No. 1 Sawmill & better log grade.

Hardwoods

1

All No. 3 Sawmill logs & better log grades

Conifer Utility

5

All conifer logs graded as utility log grade

Hardwood Utility

5

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

(1) For detailed descriptions and definitions of approved log scaling, grading rules, and procedures see the Official Rules for the following Log Scaling and Grading Bureaus; Columbia River, Grays Harbor, Northern California, Puget Sound, Southern Oregon, and Yamhill. (January 1, 1982 Edition)

 

 

TABLE 2 – Timber Quality Code Table

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

July 1 through December 31, 1984

YOUNG GROWTH OR THINNING

(Less than 100 years of age)

 

Timber

Qual.

Class

 

Log Grade Specifications(1)

Douglas-fir

1

Over 70% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

40-70% inclusive No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

3

5 to but not including 40% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

4

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

Western Redcedar & Alaska-Cedar

1

Over 20% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

5-20% inclusive No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

3

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

Western Hemlock & Other Conifers

1

Over 70% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

2

40-70% inclusive No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

3

5 to but not including 40% No. 2 Sawmill & better log grade.

4

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

Hardwoods

1

All No. 3 Sawmill logs & better log grades

Conifer Utility

5

All conifer logs graded as utility log grade

Hardwood Utility

5

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

(1) For detailed descriptions and definitions of approved log scaling, grading rules, and procedures see the Official Rules for the following Log Scaling and Grading Bureaus; Columbia River, Grays Harbor, Northern California, Puget Sound, Southern Oregon, and Yamhill. (January 1, 1982 Edition)

 

 

 

TABLE 3 – Timber Quality Code Table

Stumpage Value Areas 6, 7, 8, and 9

July 1 through December 31, 1984

MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER, ALL AGES

 

Timber

Qual.

Class

 

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

Other Conifer

1

All log sizes

Hardwoods

1

Sawlogs only

Utility

5

All logs graded as utility

 

TABLE 4 – Timber Quality Code Table

Stumpage Value Area 10

July 1 through December 31, 1984

MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER, ALL AGES

 

Timber

Qual.

Class

 

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

July 1 through December 31, 1984

OLD GROWTH

(100 years of age, or older)

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 15 thousand board feet per acre to 40 thousand board feet per acre.

-$4.00

Class 3

Harvest of less than 15 thousand board feet per acre.

-$7.00

II. Logging conditions

Class 1

Favorable logging conditions and easy road construction. No 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 outcrop or swampy ground. Generally slopes between 40% and 60%.

-$21.00

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%.

-$44.00

Class 4

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

-$85.00

III. Remote island adjustment:

 

For timber harvested from a remote island

-$50.00

 

TABLE 2 -- Harvest Adjustment Table

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

July 1 through December 31, 1984

YOUNG GROWTH OR THINNING

(less than 100 years old)

Type of

Adjustment

 

Definition

Dollar Adjustment Per

Thousand board feet

Net Scribner Scale

I. Volume per acre

Class 1

Harvest of more than 30 thousand board feet per acre.

$0.00

Class 2

Harvest of 10 thousand board feet per acre to 30 thousand board feet per acre.

-$2.00

Class 3

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

-$6.00

Class 4

Harvest of less than 5 thousand board feet per acre.

-$8.00

II. Logging conditions

Class 1

Favorable logging conditions and easy road construction. No 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 outcrop or swampy ground. Generally slopes between 40% and 60%.

-$21.00

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%.

-$44.00

Class 4

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

-$85.00

III. Remote island adjustment:

 

For timber harvested from a remote island

-$50.00

IV. Thinning (see WAC 458-40-19700(12)(d))

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 458-40-18700(12)(d) Thinning. The removal of timber from a harvest unit meeting all the following conditions:

(i) Harvest unit located west of the Cascade Summit;

(ii) Timber is less than 100 years of age;

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

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

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

 

TABLE 3 – Harvest Adjustment Table

Stumpage Value Areas 6, 7, 8, 9, and 10

July 1 through December 31, 1984

MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER, ALL AGES

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 rock outcrops or swamp barriers. Slopes generally less than 20%.

$0.00

Class 2

Average logging conditions and average road construction. Some rock outcrops or swampy ground. Generally slopes between 20% and 40%.

-$12.00

Class 3

Difficult logging conditions and road construction. Numerous rock outcrops. Slopes generally over 40%.

-$33.00

Class 4

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

-$85.00

III. Remote island adjustment:

 

For timber harvested from a remote island

-$50.00

 

 

TABLE 1--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 1

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

OLD GROWTH FINAL HARVEST

(100 years of age or older)

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

$179

$173

$167

$161

$155

2

170

164

158

152

146

3

162

156

150

144

138

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

252

246

240

234

228

2

245

239

233

227

221

3

159

153

147

141

135

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

196

190

184

178

172

2

172

166

160

154

148

3

99

93

87

81

75

True Fir(3)

TF

1

170

164

158

152

146

2

144

138

132

126

120

3

115

109

103

97

91

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

170

164

158

152

146

2

144

138

132

126

120

3

115

109

103

97

91

Other Conifer

OC

1

170

164

158

152

146

2

144

138

132

126

120

3

115

109

103

97

91

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 2--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 1

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

YOUNG GROWTH AND THINNING

(Less than 100 years of age)

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

$214

$207

$200

$193

$186

2

203

196

189

182

175

3

167

160

153

146

139

4

161

154

147

140

133

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

189

182

175

168

161

2

148

141

134

127

120

3

144

137

130

123

116

True Fir(3)

TF

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

104

97

90

83

76

4

96

89

82

75

68

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

104

97

90

83

76

4

96

89

82

75

68

Other Conifer

OC

1

157

150

143

136

129

2

131

124

117

110

103

3

104

97

90

83

76

4

96

89

82

75

68

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 3—STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 1

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$204

$198

$192

$186

$180

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

76

70

64

58

52

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

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

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 4--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 2

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

OLD GROWTH FINAL HARVEST

(100 years of age or older)

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

$233

$227

$221

$215

$209

2

202

196

190

184

178

3

172

166

160

154

148

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

303

297

291

285

279

2

262

256

250

244

238

3

221

215

209

203

197

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

196

190

184

178

172

2

172

166

160

154

148

3

99

93

87

81

75

True Fir(3)

TF

1

170

164

158

152

146

2

142

136

130

124

118

3

128

122

116

110

104

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

170

164

158

152

146

2

142

136

130

124

118

3

128

122

116

110

104

Other Conifer

OC

1

170

164

158

152

146

2

142

136

130

124

118

3

128

122

116

110

104

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 5--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 2

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

YOUNG GROWTH AND THINNING

(Less than 100 years of age)

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

$204

$197

$190

$183

$176

2

194

187

180

173

166

3

178

171

164

157

150

4

161

154

147

140

133

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

197

190

183

176

169

2

175

168

161

154

147

3

122

115

108

101

94

True Fir(3)

TF

1

153

146

139

132

125

2

112

105

98

91

84

3

108

101

94

87

80

4

84

77

70

63

56

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

153

146

139

132

125

2

112

105

98

91

84

3

108

101

94

87

80

4

84

77

70

63

56

Other Conifer

OC

1

153

146

139

132

125

2

112

105

98

91

84

3

108

101

94

87

80

4

84

77

70

63

56

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 6--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 2

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$223

$217

$211

$205

$199

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

82

76

70

64

58

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

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

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 7--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 3

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

OLD GROWTH FINAL HARVEST

(100 years of age or older)

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

$258

$252

$246

$240

$234

2

189

183

177

171

165

3

180

174

168

162

156

Western Redcedar

RC

1

287

281

275

269

263

2

220

214

208

202

196

3

153

147

141

135

129

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

196

190

184

178

172

2

172

166

160

154

148

3

99

93

87

81

75

True Fir(3)

TF

1

241

235

229

223

217

2

137

131

125

119

113

3

104

98

92

86

80

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

241

235

229

223

217

2

137

131

125

119

113

3

104

98

92

86

80

Alaska-cedar

YC

1

339

333

327

321

315

2

312

306

300

294

288

3

228

222

216

210

204

Other Conifer

OC

1

241

235

229

223

217

2

137

131

125

119

113

3

104

98

92

86

80

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

 

TABLE 8—STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 3

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

YOUNG GROWTH AND THINNING

(Less than 100 years of age)

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

$199

$192

$185

$178

$171

2

193

186

179

172

165

3

177

170

163

156

149

4

166

159

152

145

138

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

235

228

221

214

207

2

214

207

200

193

186

3

124

117

110

103

96

True Fir(3)

TF

1

164

157

150

143

136

2

157

150

143

136

129

3

109

102

95

88

81

4

96

89

82

75

68

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

164

157

150

143

136

2

157

150

143

136

129

3

109

102

95

88

81

4

96

89

82

75

68

Other Conifer

OC

1

164

157

150

143

136

2

157

150

143

136

129

3

109

102

95

88

81

4

96

89

82

75

68

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 9--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 3

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$227

$221

$215

$209

$203

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

84

78

72

66

60

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

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

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 10—STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 4

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

OLD GROWTH FINAL HARVEST

(100 years of age or older)

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

$212

$206

$200

$194

$188

2

208

202

196

190

184

3

191

185

179

173

167

Noble Fir

NF

1

241

235

229

223

217

2

152

146

140

134

128

3

134

128

122

116

110

Western Redcedar

RC

1

291

285

279

273

267

2

266

260

254

248

242

3

160

154

148

142

136

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

196

190

184

178

172

2

172

166

160

154

148

3

99

93

87

81

75

True Fir(3)

TF

1

221

215

209

203

197

2

138

132

126

120

114

3

126

120

114

108

102

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

221

215

209

203

197

2

138

132

126

120

114

3

126

120

114

108

102

Alaska-cedar

YC

1

339

333

327

321

315

2

312

306

300

294

288

3

228

222

216

210

204

Other Conifer

OC

1

221

215

209

203

197

2

138

132

126

120

114

3

126

120

114

108

102

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

 

TABLE 11--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 4

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

YOUNG GROWTH AND THINNING

(Less than 100 years of age)

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

$221

$214

$207

$200

$193

2

200

193

186

179

172

3

174

167

160

153

146

4

164

157

150

143

136

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

204

197

190

183

176

2

194

187

180

173

166

3

184

177

170

163

156

True Fir(3)

TF

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

147

140

133

126

119

3

126

119

112

105

98

4

121

114

107

100

93

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

147

140

133

126

119

3

126

119

112

105

98

4

121

114

107

100

93

Other Conifer

OC

1

167

160

153

146

139

2

147

140

133

126

119

3

126

119

112

105

98

4

121

114

107

100

93

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 12—STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 4

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$238

$232

$226

$220

$214

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

87

81

75

69

63

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

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

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 13--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 5

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

OLD GROWTH FINAL HARVEST

(100 years of age or older)

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

$271

$265

$259

$253

$247

2

229

223

217

211

205

3

188

182

176

170

164

Noble Fir

NF

1

241

235

229

223

217

2

152

146

140

134

128

3

134

128

122

116

110

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

275

269

263

257

251

2

248

242

236

230

224

3

164

158

152

146

140

Sitka Spruce

SS

1

196

190

184

178

172

2

172

166

160

154

148

3

99

93

87

81

75

True Fir(3)

TF

1

156

150

144

138

132

2

144

138

132

126

120

3

132

126

120

114

108

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

156

150

144

138

132

2

144

138

132

126

120

3

132

126

120

114

108

Other Conifer

OC

1

156

150

144

138

132

2

144

138

132

126

120

3

132

126

120

114

108

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 14—STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 5

July 1 through December 31, 1984

WESTERN WASHINGTON

YOUNG GROWTH AND THINNING

(Less than 100 years of age)

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

$248

$241

$234

$227

$220

2

196

189

182

175

168

3

170

163

156

149

142

4

163

156

149

142

135

Western Redcedar(4)

RC

1

222

215

208

201

194

2

164

157

150

143

136

3

156

149

142

135

128

True Fir(3)

TF

1

155

148

141

134

127

2

116

109

102

95

88

3

99

92

85

78

71

4

89

82

75

68

61

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

155

148

141

134

127

2

116

109

102

95

88

3

99

92

85

78

71

4

89

82

75

68

61

Other Conifer

OC

1

155

148

141

134

127

2

116

109

102

95

88

3

99

92

85

78

71

4

89

82

75

68

61

Red Alder

RA

1

62

55

48

41

34

Black Cottonwood

BC

1

64

57

50

43

36

Other Hardwood

OH

1

64

57

50

43

36

Hardwood Utility

HU

5

17

17

17

17

17

Conifer Utility

CU

5

4

4

4

4

4

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

(4)Includes Alaska-Cedar

 

TABLE 15--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 5

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$212

$206

$200

$194

$188

RC Shingle Blocks(1)

RCF

1

79

73

67

61

55

RC & Other Posts(2)

RCP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

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

(3)Stumpage value per lineal foot.

 

TABLE 16--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 6, 7, 8, and 9

July 1 through December 31, 1984

EASTERN WASHINGTON

MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER, ALL AGES

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

110

104

98

92

86

Engelmann Spruce

ES

1

62

56

50

44

38

Lodgepole Pine

LP

1

75

69

63

57

51

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

140

134

128

122

116

2

107

101

95

89

83

Western Redcedar

RC

1

143

137

131

125

119

True Fir(3)

TF

1

79

73

67

61

55

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

79

73

67

61

55

Western Larch

WL

1

110

104

98

92

86

Western White Pine

WP

1

163

157

151

145

139

Hardwoods

OH

1

18

12

6

1

1

Utility

CU

5

3

3

3

3

3

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

 

TABLE 17--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 6, 7, 8, and 9

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$99

$93

$87

$81

$75

LP & Other Posts(2)

LPP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

(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 18--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 10

July 1 through December 31, 1984

EASTERN WASHINGTON

MERCHANTABLE SAWTIMBER, ALL AGES

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

127

121

115

109

103

2

112

106

100

94

88

3

97

91

85

79

73

Ponderosa Pine

PP

1

161

155

149

143

137

2

128

122

116

110

104

3

95

89

83

77

71

True Fir(3)

TF

1

112

106

100

94

88

2

95

89

83

77

71

3

77

71

65

59

53

Western Hemlock(2)

WH

1

112

106

100

94

88

2

95

89

83

77

71

3

77

71

65

59

53

Western Larch

WL

1

127

121

115

109

103

2

112

106

100

94

88

3

97

91

85

79

73

Other Conifer

OC

1

112

106

100

94

88

2

95

89

83

77

71

3

77

71

65

59

53

Hardwoods

OH

1

18

12

6

1

1

Utility

CU

5

1

1

1

1

1

(1)Log scale conversions Western and Eastern Washington. See conversion method tables 4 and 5 WAC 458-40-19004

(2)Includes Western and Mountain Hemlock

(3)Includes Pacific Silver Fir, Noble Fir, Grand Fir, and Subalpine Fir. All of these species are commonly referred to as "White Fir."

 

TABLE 19--STUMPAGE VALUE TABLE

STUMPAGE VALUE AREA 10

July 1 through December 31, 1984

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

$108

$102

$96

$90

$84

LP & Other Posts(2)

LPP

1

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

0.32

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 method table 2 WAC 458-40-19004

(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.