Native Lumber is wood processed in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts by mills registered in accordance to the Massachusetts State Building Code. Such wood may be un-graded, but is stamped or certified in accordance with 780 CMR-R4.
The use of Native Lumber is regulated by the Massachusetts State Building Code and restricted to one and two story dwellings, barns, sheds, agricultural and accessory buildings, and other structures as permitted in 780 CMR 2303.
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- Registered Native Lumber Producers - List
- 780 CMR 110.R4 Native Lumber Regulations
- Native Lumber Registration Application Not required for personal use. See: BBRS Interpretation for Native Lumber
- To renew a registration contact the program coordinator.
For further information about the Native Lumber Program contact:
Bonnie Davis, Program Coordinator
All written inquiries should be addressed to:
Department of Public Safety
PO Box 779
Tewksbury, MA 01876-0779
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