The supply of legal wood to the domestic market in Ghana has been inundated with a number of bottlenecks or challenges for about two decades. Chainsaw lumbering, which over the years has been associated with the supply of “illegal” wood to the domestic market, has become a major challenge for sustainable forest management in Ghana. This study assessed the bottlenecks to the supply of legal wood to Ghana’s domestic market. It reviewed existing policy and regulatory frameworks that pertain to the supply of legal wood to the domestic market. The study also assessed stakeholders’ perception on what challenges persist in legal wood supply to the domestic market in the wake of the proposed Public Procurement Policy on Timber and Timber Products (PPP).