Lumber for Sale

Sustainably harvested spruce-fir

Rough-sawn Framing material (10-18 foot lengths) – 2×4 (sold out!)
2×6, 2×8, 3×6, and 6×6 (plenty in stock!)
2×10, 2×12, 4×4, 5×5, 7×7, and 8×8 (almost gone!)

Boards – 1” thickness, various lengths/widths

$0.60/BF for small quantities (up to 1000BF)

$0.50/BF for larger quantities (over 1000BF)

Also available – rough-sawn white pine countertops (for benches, bartops, etc.), 2.5” thick, 8-9’ long, up to ~25” wide. One live (bark) edge. $60 each (1-5 slabs) / $45 each (5+)

Where does our lumber come from?

This material was harvested from sustainably managed forests in the Northeast Kingdom, including the NorthWoods demonstration forest. Our forest is recognized by the Forest Stewards Guild as a Model Forest, enrolled in the Vermont Tree Farm program, and protected by a conservation easement with the Vermont Land Trust.

Anywhere that we cut trees, our goal is to leave a healthy, valuable and beautiful forest when we’re done. We do not high-grade. We use small scale equipment and low impact harvest techniques to protect the trees and soil in our forest. Our lumber is milled on-site by a local sawyer and carefully stacked, stickered and covered for exceptional quality.


Sam Perron – NorthWoods Stewardship Center
(802)723-6551 ext. 302

2017-07-24T13:08:18+00:00 June 27th, 2017|Conservation Corps, Forest Stewardship Institute, Highlights, News|