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Making Forest Restoration Economical was a presentation of factors industry considers when purchasing a timber sale. It concentrated on reasons that a sale may go no bid or factors that reduce the stumpage value to the selling agency. A few of the items discussed were timber sale cut outs, minimum piece size, purchaser marking, and required chip wood removal. Examples of the effect these issues have had on recent sale offerings were also presented.