Minnesota Timber Price Information
Wondering about the possibility of selling individual trees from your yard or small acreage tract? Read this first.
Minnesota's Forest Resources
Scroll down the page to link to "Minnesota's Forest Resources," in PDF format. Buried in this rather lengthy annual report is several pages of information on timber price trends by species and over multiple years. The prices they report are averages based on sales from public lands as reported by Minnesota Counties, Chippewa and Superior National Forests, Bureau of Indian Affairs, and Minnesota DNR-Forestry.
Agency specific prices are available on the DNR website, in the annual Minnesota Public Stumpage Price Review.
For recent timber stumpage prices, readers can go to the DNR website and view recent auction results.
Contact for Timber Price Information
State Forest Economist
Minnesota Dept. of Natural Resources
Box 44 DNR Bldg.
500 Lafayette Road
St. Paul, MN 55155-4044
Phone: (651) 259-5287
If you can't find the information you are looking for on this site, please contact us, or try the various state foresters web sites.
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