On our Mill Prices page in the Summer 2009 issue, we presented a chart showing the sawlog value of red maple versus sugar maple. Our caption suggested that the dollar amounts on the left-hand axis showed the price paid to landowners. Of course, these figures, and all the figures on the mill prices page, reflect what mills and buyers pay for logs. The cost of logging and trucking needs to be subtracted from the figure to arrive at the actual dollar amount a landowner might receive for his or her wood. We apologize for our mistake.


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