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The story of stumpageAuthor(s): Paul E. Sendak; Thom J. McEvoy
Source: Northern Woodlands. Summer: 54-55.
Publication Series: Scientific Journal (JRNL)
Station: Northern Research Station
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DescriptionAn assessment of the last 20 years wouldn't be complete without some examination of changing timber prices. The first issue of Vermont Woodlands included a chart of stumpage prices, a survey of the prices being paid for standing timber in the state. It would seem natural to simply compare those prices with a similar report from today. Unfortunately, the University of Vermont Extension, where the original data came from, stopped reporting stumpage prices in 2007.
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CitationSendak, Paul E.; McEvoy, Thom J. 2014. The story of stumpage. Northern Woodlands. Summer: 54-55.
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