AFA’s focus on advocacy, communication, networking and education is essential to our community’s success. And because our industry and world are constantly changing, AFA keeps members up to date on and engaged in issues that affect them—locally, regionally, nationally and globally.
According to a recent survey, public policy advocacy is the most highly rated benefit of AFA membership. If you are involved in any aspect of forestry—from owning a family forest to manufacturing forest products—join AFA today and strengthen our numbers and voice.
See firsthand how Arkansas 2013 Outstanding Tree Farmers Allen and Ginny Nipper manage their land for a variety of economic and environmental benefits during a Tree Farm tour on March 28, 9 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Contact AFA via email or phone at (501) 374-2441 to register for the tour, which includes lunch. There is no cost to attend.
Their primary goal is to increase the value of their land and smoothly transition its management to their adult children. Read the Nippers' blog at LandownerLegacy.com.
Women Owning Woodlands Workshop
Nipper Tree Farm Tour
9 a.m. - 2 p.m.
Log A Load For Kids Campaign Kickoff
10:30 a.m. - Arkansas Children's Hospital