Arkansas Forestry Association Updated:04/2018

AFA strives to be the respected leader and credible information source for all issues related to forestry.

AFA advocates for the sustainable use and sound stewardship of Arkansas’s forests and related resources to benefit members of the state’s forestry community and all Arkansans, today and in the future.

AFA represents one of the state's largest manufacturing sector which directly employs some 24,736 Arkansans and contributes more than $1.38 billion annually in payroll. AFA also represents an estimated 2,500 certified family forest owners in the state, as well as 125,000 other non-industrial private forest landowners, who together own nearly 56 percent of Arkansas's forestland.

Forestry Issues
AFA members are finding ways to meet the demands for essential forest products, with the world's growing population, while maintaining fresh water and air supplies, enhancing fish wildlife habitat and conserving significant sites and recreation areas. Meeting all of these needs is perhaps one of the forestry community's greatest challenges today, and AFA members are meeting them head on.

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Contact Arkansas Forestry Association

Max Braswell
Executive Vice President
1213 W. 4th St
Little Rock, AR  72201
Phone: (501) 3742441

Service Area

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