September 2017

Fall 2017

Although Prices are generally significantly higher than in the Spring, there has been little change over the last few months. The primary exception relates to cedar prices, which have softened recently. This development in the cedar market is the first time in nearly a year that prices for this species have waned after increasing about 25% during that time period. Prices are likely to hold, or move slightly higher, as we move into winter due to the strong market for lumber and plywood, and the need for mills to develop inventory levels for spring break-up.

Mike Wolcott, ACF, Certified Forester

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