FRA's Western Region recently completed revisions to the Chip Quality Manual - Quality Chips Make a Difference. First published in 1998, back in American Pulpwood Association days, with a second edition in 2005, this 3rd edition is a comprehensive guide covering all aspects of chip production, including chip quality, debarking, chipping, screening and conveying, and troubleshooting.
The FRA Lake States Region (LSR) convened a virtual meeting to discuss the challenges of the COVD-19 pandemic. The meeting, “Impacts of the COVID-19 Pandemic,” addressed the challenges of the pandemic to the forest products industry and how public timber programs of the LSR have responded.
Resource Management Service (RMS) is proud to have been recognized earlier this year by three of our most valued partners for our work on longleaf pine restoration, for being a top employer within the forest management sector, and for providing important advocacy leadership and support to the private forest landowner community.
FRA’s 2020 Virtual Fall Board Meeting, October 14-16, drew over 100 members and an additional 110 Emerging Leaders for educational speaker sessions, committee business, and the governance decisions that will guide the Association forward.
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