FRA Southcentral Region

Southcentral Region 500

FRA’s Southcentral Region serves FRA members throughout Alabama, Arkansas, Kansas, Louisiana, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Texas, the Florida Panhandle, and Western Tennessee. It focuses on improving timber harvesting and transportation safety, efficiency, and environmental performance. Trucking safety and logging and trucking labor challenges are current issues of concern. 


Contact the FRA Southcentral Region

Clay Altizer, Southwide Region Manager
34 Duffy Street
Clayton, NC 27527
Ph: (662) 312-7934
The Forest Resources Association and STIHL Incorporated honored Read Logging, Inc. of Warren, Texas, as FRA’s Southcentral Region 2019 Outstanding Logger at its Southcentral Region (SCR) Awards Dinner in Point Clear, Alabama on March 6.
On March 6, the Forest Resources Association’s Southcentral Region honored Alabama Forestry Association’s Ashley Watts Rowe with its First Place Technical Writing Award for 2019. This Annual Award recognizes the best Technical Releases published and posted on FRA’s website.
Ecosystems are dynamic complexes that provide a wide variety of services that are important to human welfare. Forest ecosystems provide an array of benefits, including protection of soil and water resources, habitat for fish and wildlife, timber and wood fiber, aesthetically pleasing landscapes, and the storage of carbon which can help mitigate global warming.
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