A Message from the President
At AFRC, we are passionate about what we do – which is advocate for responsible management of our public forestlands. We strongly believe that active management of our public forests is the right thing to do – for the environment, for the economy, and for the future. Our work is inspired by AFRC members’ commitment to community, honesty and hard work, and their love of the outdoors.
AFRC is a regional trade association whose purpose is to advocate for sustained yield timber harvests on public timberlands throughout the West to enhance forest health and resistance to fire, insects, and disease. We do this by promoting active management to attain productive public forests, protect adjoining private forests, and assure community stability. We work to improve federal and state laws, regulations, policies and decisions regarding access to and management of public forest lands and protection of all forest lands.
The ultimate goal of AFRC’s programs and initiatives is to advance our members’ ability to practice socially and scientifically responsible forestry on both public and private forest lands. For more information on the benefits of AFRC membership, click here.
How to Become a Member
The AFRC membership is made up of manufacturers and companies that work directly in or represent the forest products industry. Membership categories include:
- Manufacturers of lumber, plywood and other forest products.
- Producers of logs, pilings, poles, pulpwood, chips and other forest products.
- Forestland owners.
- Law firms, consultants, bonding companies and insurance agencies that represent the forest products industry
If you would like more information on becoming a member, email or call our office at (503) 222-9505.
3H Forestry & Land Management
Associated Logging Contractors, Inc. ‐ Idaho
D.L. Stoy Logging
F.H. Stoltze Land & Lumber Co.
Golden State Natural Resources
Iron Triangle, LLC
Kingsborough Atlas Tree Surgery, Inc.
Loggers Association of Northern California
Mineral Creek Logging & Hauling
Montana Department of Natural Resources & Conservation
Packaging Corporation of America
Pend Oreille County, Washington
Quicksilver Contracting Company
Ragon and Sons
Rogue Siskiyou Contracting
Siegmund Excavation and Construction
South Fork Forest Solutions
Southern Oregon Timber Industries
Washington Hardwood Commission