FSC Product List

Click here for a summary of Forest Stewardship Council® (FSC®) Certified Wood Products from NCF members.

The following is a list of certified products as listed on the FSC database available from NCF members. All products are available FSC 100%. Available species names listed below.

  • W1 Rough wood
  • W1.1 Roundwood (logs)
  • W1 Rough wood
  • W1.2 Fuel wood
  • W5 Solid wood (sawn, chipped, peeled)
  • W5.1 Flitches and boules
  • W5 Solid wood (sawn, chipped, peeled)
  • W5.3 Beams
  • W12 Indoor furniture
  • W12.2 Custom furniture
  • W12 Indoor furniture
  • W12.7 Office furniture
  • W12 Indoor furniture
  • W12.11 Kitchen countertops
  • W12 Indoor furniture
  • W12.12 Parts of furniture
  • W13 Outdoor furniture and gardening
  • W13.1 Garden furniture
  • W18 Other manufactured wood products
  • W18.8 Ornamental & decorative objects

Species available in FSC 100%:

  • Abies amabilis;
  • Abies grandis;
  • Abies procera;
  • Acer macrophyllum Pursh;
  • Alnus rubra Bong. – Syn.: A. oregona Nutt.;
  • Arbutus menziesii;
  • Betula papyrifera;
  • Picea abies;
  • Picea sitchensis;
  • Pinus contorta;
  • Pinus monticola;
  • Populus balsamifera;
  • Prunus sp. (Yvaro);
  • Pseudotsuga menziesii;
  • Taxus brevifolia;
  • Thuja plicata;
  • Tsuga heterophylla (Raf.) Sarg

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