We represent the entire wood supply chain.

From growth, management, and harvesting to products and bioenergy.

FRA provides advocacy and resources to help the forest sector thrive.

Policy

FRA provides an effective member voice in Washington, DC, defending against threatening legislation and regulation, and advancing public policies that support industry sustainability.

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Forest Derived Biomass

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This Week’s Issue Update

Logger Pandemic Financial Relief Application Deadline is October 15 3,500 Applications Received by USDA

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Highlighting H-2B Supplemental Visa Releases, Independent Contractor Ruling, Labor, and the Build Back Better plan.

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Resources

FRA works with its members to develop relevant and timely resources that promote safety, improve skills, elevate technical and operational expertise, identify workforce issues and solutions, and establish leadership development programs.

Key insights on the policies that affect the wood supply chain

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Ohio’s Best Kept Secret: Hardwood Furniture Manufacturing

Amish Country is a popular tourist destination in Holmes County where…

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Safety Training Technology

Taking Your Safety Culture to the Next Level

In an industry as dangerous as forestry, fostering a strong safety…

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Logging

Navigating The Challenges Of Florida’s Timber Industry

It is clear the forestry industry relies on all aspects in…

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FRA members are supported by robust public policy advocacy in Washington, DC, regional and national forums to network and share industry best practices. Our resources provide safety, technical and operational expertise designed to enhance supply chain effectiveness.

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