AFRC is always looking for creative solutions to complex problems. Learn how we are contributing to the conversation.
AFRC partnered with the Southern Oregon Timber Industry Association to send a letter to the Medford
Chief Tony Tooke recently assembled agency leadership in Phoenix to focus on the key issues facing t
James Rudisill of the Willamette National Forest-McKenzie River Ranger District provided this PowerP
Congressman Bruce Westerman sent a letter to President Trump outlining federal forest management pri
AFRC prides itself on being proactive and engaged. Learn about what AFRC is currently doing to achieve its mission.
Request for Information: Federal Old-Growth and Mature Forests The U.S. Forest S
AFRC sent a letter to Rep. Derek Kilmer (D-WA) and Sen. Patty Murray (D-WA) with recommendations on
On December 6, AFRC submitted comments to the Washington Department of Natural Resources regarding t
AFRC sent the attached letter to the Oregon Delegation and Congressional leaders urging action on a
AFRC plays offense and defense in the courtroom. Learn how legal decisions and precedents are shaping public forest policy.
The American Forest Resource Council (AFRC) submits these comments in response to the Council on Env
Magistrate Judge Smacks Down Enviros’ Arguments on Collaboration
Decision by Eastern Washington District Court Judge Rice upholding the Forest Service's use of emerg
AFRC's Comments to BLM's Request for Input on Streamlining Planning & NEPA
Forest policy should be based on facts and science, not ideology and fear-mongering. Learn the truth about our forests and our incredible industry.
Washington is the second largest producer of wood products in the United States, including sawn lumb
The 2019 Ross Report is now available. Compiled by AFRC Federal Timber Program Director Andy Geiss
Fire Salvage Progress on Region 1 National Forests.
What happens after the fires are out? What happens to the forests when the media goes away? Is the l