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.
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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Coverage Of The Latest In Policy.
Headlines this week: Workforce — 45 Associations Reach Out to Ag Leadership, FRA Supports a Request to Assess Carbon Stored in Wood Products, Senate Votes to Repeal WOTUS Rule, and more…
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
The Value in Consumer / Supplier Meetings
With any relationship, sometimes you need to put in some extra…
FRA Northeast Region Forest Forum – March 2023 Identifying, Recruiting and Retaining Talent: Ideas for the Forest Industry Workforce
FRA’s Northeast Region Forest Forum in Brewer, Maine, held March 2,…
Learning From the Country’s Top Timber Producer: The University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources
One of the oldest forestry schools in the country, the University…
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.See Membership Benefits