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Production, Prices, Employment, and Trade in Northwest Forest Industries. All Years.

Table 3 - Softwood lumber production in the Inland region, by species, 1964-2008a

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  (Million board feet)
Year All softwoods Ponderosa pine Idaho white pine Sugar pine Douglas-fir and larch Hem-firb Engelmann spruce Lodgepole pine Other softwoods
1964 9,932 3,615 351 298 2,732 1,816 494 303 323
1965 9,858 3,513 355 293 2,757 1,815 491 309 325
1966 10,102 3,652 357 279 2,800 1,835 506 341 332
1967 9,694 3,518 379 276 2,697 1,665 519 353 287
1968 10,393 3,879 404 320 2,760 1,766 569 379 316
1969 9,691 3,664 361 258 2,564 1,560 556 427 301
1970 9,227 3,418 366 258 2,388 1,506 469 466 356
1971 10,019 3,689 395 235 2,553 1,684 508 570 385
1972 10,395 3,964 406 241 2,313 1,804 461 666 540
1973 10,564 3,863 369 230 2,545 1,913 510 692 442
1974 8,973 3,266 267 173 2,382 1,554 330 488 513
1975 8,445 3,269 291 193 1,952 1,460 304 395 581
1976 9,789 3,757 294 201 2,321 1,637 366 451 762
1977 10,309 4,046 293 230 2,343 1,762 434 547 654
1978 10,033 3,970 245 213 2,370 1,724 374 498 639
1979 9,780 3,728 198 201 2,333 1,794 365 419 742
1980 7,613 3,023 166 184 1,644 1,334 262 402 598
1981 7,147 2,770 164 173 1,570 1,147 269 419 635
1982 6,681 2,649 113 141 1,509 1,029 313 376 551
1983 8,488 3,378 163 192 1,851 1,272 323 532 777
1984 8,992 3,537 132 215 1,905 1,524 431 618 630
1985 9,276 3,430 114 258 2,050 1,701 433 534 756
1986 10,482 3,759 115 258 2,330 2,055 547 747 671
1987 11,407 3,816 110 321 2,683 2,353 425 932 767
1988 11,395 3,870 104 321 2,731 2,392 653 720 604
1989 11,348 3,767 87 291 2,683 2,600 473 835 612
1990 10,452 3,521 77 307 2,455 2,351 418 756 567
1991 9,510 3,105 68 292 2,374 2,115 424 652 480
1992 9,263 2,989 70 222 2,285 2,058 381 725 533
1993 8,312 2,720 66 154 2,015 1,884 382 644 447
1994 8,097 2,630 55 136 1,952 1,808 391 659 466
1995 7,015 2,204 40 98 1,745 1,649 306 583 390
1996 7,079 2,146 33 122 1,825 1,597 335 612 409
1997 7,382 2,077 31 138 2,055 1,708 334 652 387
1998 7,297 1,832 33 102 2,136 1,766 344 722 362
1999 7,576 1,803 36 122 2,138 1,891 430 765 391
2000 7,076 1,737 36 110 2,101 1,761 345 582 404
2001 6,563 1,555 32 133 1,991 1,665 273 600 314
2002 6,760 1,550 36 109 2,047 1,761 260 645 352
2003 6,717 1,522 23 105 2,054 1,912 242 544 315
2004 6,777 1,599 25 99 2,065 1,957 225 465 343
2005 6,687 1,546 33 87 2,165 1,818 281 363 394
2006 6,227 1,397 c c 1,952 1,767 259 336 517
2007 5,852 1,343 c c 1,720 1,691 160 439 500
2008 4,783 1,112 c c 1,310 1,320 c 469 572

a Includes eastern Washington, eastern Oregon, California (except redwood region), Nevada, Idaho, Montana, Wyoming, Utah, Colorado, Arizona, New Mexico, and a portion of South Dakota.

b Western hemlock and white fir. 1964-1976 data are white fir only; hemlock was included in Other Softwoods

c These species were added to the Other Softwoods category in 2006.

Source: Western Wood Products Association, Portland, OR.

 

 

 

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