Woods to Mill
October 19 is National Bioenergy Day, designated to recognize the important role that biomass energy – particularly wood energy – can play in supporting stronger rural economies and a healthy environment. The forest products industry has long known the benefits...
Across the 13 Southeastern states, Southern forests are some of the most productive in the world. These forests supply much of the raw material for consumer wood products worldwide, account for more than $230 billion in economic revenue, and support nearly 1.1 million people...
The Western Region of FRA has a solid tradition of offering two regional meetings each year. A dedicated team of members and staff put together an event that usually includes 13-15 speakers on topics of value to our members...
FRA’s Regional Meetings provide great opportunities for our members to discuss regional issues and share ideas that make the business of growing, harvesting, transporting, and handling wood fiber more cost-effective...
Following the much appreciated Labor Day weekend, it is with great pleasure and honor that I write to you announcing the release of FRA’s latest initiative, Veterans in Forestry Work. This initiative grew out of FRA’s desire to serve the men and women of our armed forces ...
Welcome to the Forest Resources Association page, Woods to Mill. I am excited to unveil this new feature of the website that will give you a glimpse of the latest issues affecting the forestry product supply chain from the woods to the mill....
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