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FRA reached out to associations across the Lake States Region and asked them to provide information about what keeps them up at night in terms of the challenges and initiatives of the forest products industry.
FRA President, Deb Hawkinson was joined by a great panel of women leaders in the forest products industry. Panelists discussed their backgrounds in the industry and the choices that led them to where they are today.
Starting tomorrow, February 24, the Biden Administration will open a period when only companies with fewer than 20 employees are eligible to apply for loans through the Paycheck Protection Program (PPP). This two-week period begins tomorrow, Wednesday, February 24, through Tuesday, March 9.
2020 was a uniquely challenging year. The COVID-19 pandemic placed enormous stress on our nation’s operational and financial systems on top of the obvious threat it posed to the health and well-being of all Americans.
The video below from Tennessee Wild Side featuring Thompson Appalachian Hardwoods in Huntland, TN and also the TN Dept. of Agriculture Division of Forestry Forest Inventory & Analysis Unit highlights the importance of a family-owned sawmill in rural Tennessee as well as the ways the Tennessee Division of Forestry FIA Unit provides the information needed for our mills to plan for our resource today and tomorrow.
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The 2020 election results will have tremendous implications for FRA policy priorities in the nation’s capital. There will also be key changes in leadership on Congressional committees. Tim O’Hara, FRA Vice-President of Government Affairs, and Pat Rita, FRA Consultant, Orion Advocates, led this webinar and discussed the results of the 2020 Elections for the President, Senate, and House and what they mean for FRA members.
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