Woods to Mill
Earlier this month, we hosted members from across the country for FRA’s Fly-In and Fall Board meeting.  We met with 86 different Congressional offices as advocates of the forest products supply chain and have received great feedback.
Last week, several of my colleagues and I traveled to Washington DC to participate in the Forest Resources Association's Fall Board Meeting and Fly-In.
Workforce development is a top priority for the forest products industry as well as for many other industries. Primary education focuses on preparing students for higher education but often fails to address...
FRA has a wide range of members from the supply chain that boast a rich history of giving back to communities where they live, work and do business. This month’s FRA member spotlight, Superior Hardwoods in Ohio, is one such example.
I have been with the Forest Resources Association (FRA) since May, competitively placed through the Demmer Scholars Program.
For a mill, some of the most important relationships are with the people that supply wood to the facility. As more than one mill has proven, it is very hard to run when you don’t have raw materials to operate. For suppliers, mills are the customer.
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