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2431.31a

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Forest Service Manual

mt. hood national forest hq

sandy, oregon


fsM 2400 – timber management
chapteR 2430 – commercial timber sales
Mt. Hood Supplement No. 2400-2008-1
Effective Date: April 10, 2008
Duration: This supplement is effective until superseded or removed.


Approved: /s/ Gary L. Larsen

Gary L. Larsen

Forest Supervisor



Date Approved:

April 10, 2008



Posting Instructions: Supplements are numbered consecutively by title and calendar year. Post by document; remove the entire document and replace it with this supplement. Retain this transmittal as the first page(s) of this document. The last supplement to this title was MH Supplement No. 2400-2007-1 to FSM 2431.31a.


New Document


2431.31a

6 Pages

Superseded Document(s) (MH Supplement No. 2400-2007-1 March 12, 2007)

2431.31a

6 Pages


Digest: Regional Special Products Appraisal updates standard rates for small sales on the Mt. Hood National Forest. Changed the following: UOM to Gallons for Mushrooms & Berries.

2431.31a Standard Rates. The following are standard rates which will generally be used for small sales of forest products on the Mt. Hood National Forest. Occasional deviation from these rates will be allowed as long as the rate charged is not below the minimum charge allowed by the Regional Forester and a SFP Appraisal with supporting documentation is completed and kept on file with copy of permit. The following rates were developed for the forest by using the Regional SFP Appraisal program.

CONVERTIBLE PRODUCTS Minimum Rate Unit of Measure

POLES not to exceed 30’ in length 1.91 Each

& 6” butt diameter (fence, corral)

.034 ccf/pole

STEMS not to exceed 2” diameter 0.11 Each

open length.

.002 ccf/stem



ROUND POST not to exceed 0.50 Each

7” butt diameter & 10’ in length

0.025 ccf/post
SPLIT CEDAR POSTS & RAILS;

GRAPE STAKES (cedar) bundles 1.00 Each

not to exceed 5” diameter

& 16’ in length

.028 ccf/post-rail




SHAKE BOLTS/SHINGLES (cedar) 200.00 Cord


1.010 ccf/cord
CARVING PIECES (cedar) 60.00 Each

Not to exceed 8.5 feet in length

.38 ccf/each
CARVING PIECES (DF & O 35.00 Each

except cedar)

Not to exceed 8.5 feet in length &

48ccf/each
CORDWOOD (FIREWOOD) 10.00 Cord

.850 ccf/cord (including bark)



CONVERTIBLE PRODUCTS (Cont’d) Minimum Rate Unit of Measure

YEW BOW STAVES 5.00 Each

(average piece 2.5”x3”x6.5’)

.003 ccf/stave (tree not to exceed 6 inch butt dia.)
STUMPS/ROOT WADS furniture & landscape (not to exceed 7 feet in length)

CHUNKS (all species except cedar) 2.00 Each

.2 ccf (nothing in log form-cylinder shape)




NONCONVERTIBLE PRODUCTS Minimum Rate Unit of Measure



SEED CONES (all species) 0.20 Bushel

Seed Cone Conversions

Douglas-fir…………………………..1,000 cones/bushel

Engelmann spruce………………… 3,000 cones/bushel

Grand fir……………………………….250 cones/bushel

Incense cedar……………………… 50,000 cones/bushel

Lodgepole pine…………………….. 3,000 cones/bushel

Mountain hemlock…………………. 1,500 cones/bushel

Noble fir…………………………………80 cones/bushel

Ponderosa pine…………………………250 cones/bushel

Pacific silver fir……………………… 250 cones/bushel

Subalpine fir…………………………. 300 cones/bushel

Western hemlock……………………30,000 cones/bushel

Western larch……………………… 4,000 cones/bushel

Western red cedar………………… 40,000 cones/bushel

Western white pine……………………..200 cones/bushel

White fir………………………………. 200 cones/bushel


DRY CONES (all species) 0.20 Bushel
CHRISTMAS TREES (CUT TREES)
Personal Use Program

All species (up to 12’ in height) 5.00 Each


All species (over 12 feet) 2.00 Lineal Foot


NONCONVERTIBLE PRODUCTS (Cont’d) Minimum Rate Unit of Measure


TRANSPLANTS
All Shrubs/Hardwood 3.00 Each
Ferns CLUMPS 1.00 Each
Trees
All Species (under 1foot) 0.63 Each
All Species (1+ to 2 feet) 5.13 Each
All Species (2+ to 3 feet) 9.63 Each
All Species (3+ to 4 feet) 11.55 Each
All Species (4+ to 6 feet) 12.82 Each
CUTTINGS (Nursery Stock) 0.04 Each
not to exceed 1” dia. & 24” in length
BOUGHS (small non-advertised sales)
Noble fir 0.15 Pound
Douglas-fir & Other (except Noble Fir) 0.05 Pound

Bough Conversions Dry Weight Wet Weight

Noble fir 8 lbs./cu. ft. 9.6 lbs./cu. ft

Pacific silver fir 8 lbs./cu. ft. 9.6 lbs./cu. ft

Pines (ponderosa, western white) 6 lbs./cu. ft. 7.0 lbs./cu. ft

Douglas-fir 6 lbs./cu. ft. 7.2 lbs./cu. ft

Hemlocks (mountain, western) 10 lbs./cu. ft. 12.0 lbs./cu. ft

Cedars (western red, incense) 12 lbs./cu. ft. 14.0 lbs./cu. ft

FLORAL GREENSno ground disturbance cuttings only

Includes Huckleberry longs & tips, Salal, Oregon Grape,

Ferns, Horsetail (snake grass) 0.05 Pound

NONCONVERTIBLE PRODUCTS (Cont’d) Minimum Rate Unit of Measure

BEARGRASSno root disturbance


0.05 Pound

(Conversions 12 lbs. to a cubic foot)

Minimum permit is $20. 400 pounds @ $0.05 = $20.00 (2 day permit). Any amount over 400 pounds must be sold in 200 pound increments, allowing 1 day for each 200 pounds purchased.
Example: 400 pounds Beargrass @ $0.05/1b. = $ 20.00 ( 2-day permit )

600 pounds “ “ 30.00 ( 3-day permit )

800 pounds “ “ 40.00 ( 4-day permit )

1000 pounds “ “ 50.00 ( 5-day permit )


MUSHROOMS These permits are DAILY/SEASONAL, quantity shown for official use only. NO limit on gallons, permit terminates on midnight of “Termination Date.”
DAILY PERMIT, CONSECUTIVE DAYS:
Mushrooms (all species EXCEPT Matsutake)--------------------$1.00 Gallon

Minimum permit is $20. 20 Gallons @ $1.00 = $20.00 (10-day permit). Any amount over

20 gallons must be sold in 2 gallon increments allowing one day for each 2 gallons.


Mushrooms (all species INCLUDING Matsutake)---------------$4.00 Gallon

Minimum permit is $24: 6 gallons @ $4.00 = $24.00 (3-day permit). Any amount over

6 gallons must be sold in 2 gallon increments allowing one day for each 2 gallons.


SEASONAL PERMITS:
Spring Season – (January 1 thru June 30) “Termination Date” June 30, XXXX
Fall Season – (July 1 thru December 31) “Termination Date” December 31, XXXX
Mushrooms (all species EXCEPT Matsutake)

(75 Gallons @ 1.00 = $75.00)----------------------------------------------------$75.00 Season


Mushrooms (all species including Matsutake)

(35 Gallons @ 4.00 = $140.00)-------------------------------------------------$140.00 Season


Conversion 5 lbs per gallon no matter species (reference study by OSU mycologist)

NONCONVERTIBLE PRODUCTS (Cont’d) Minimum Rate Unit of Measure

BERRIES (commercial only) 1 gallon = 6 lbs $3.00 Gallon

Permits will be issued in 7 gallon increments, allowing 1 day for each gallon


YEW BARK 0.30 (Green field wt.) Pound
1.40 (Dry wt.) Pound
MEDICINAL FOREST PRODUCTS
Oregon Grape Root .20 Pound Princes Pine 1.10 Pound
All Other Species .10 Pound .



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