Vermont Timber Price Information
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The Vermont Division of Forestry's quarterly Vermont Stumpage Report continues the report that was published for many years by UVM Extension, but ceased publication in 2007. The quarterly report, resumed in the first quarter of 2012, lists stumpage prices for various products and species for three state regions. The number of responses are listed for each species and product within each region. It does not report on log, pulpwood, firewood, or fuelwood prices. Log prices are published by Northern Woodlands magazine as well as the Sawlog Bulletin. Both cover the Northern New England region plus northeastern New York.
Contact for Timber Price Information
Robert De Geus
Wood Utilization Forester
Dept. of Forests, Parks & Recreation
1 National Life Drive, Davis 2
Montpelier, VT 05620-3801
Phone: (802) 828-1527
Fax: (802) 828-1399
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