North Carolina Timber Price Information
Wondering about the possibility of selling individual trees from your yard or small acreage tract? Read this first.
Resources on Selling Timber and Price Reports
NC State Extension Forestry provides resources on selling timber, state-wide quarterly price report for standing timber, historic timber prices, and links to sources of assistance.
Timber Sales: A Planning Guide for Landowners (AG-640)
(PDF file): This publication offers tips on marketing and selling, timber terminology, examples of timber sale agreements, and advice on seeking professional help.
Contact for Timber Price Information
Dr. Robert Bardon
Professor and Department Extension Leader
NC State University
4233 Jordan Hall Addition
Raleigh, NC 27695-8008
Phone: (919) 515-5575
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