North Carolina’s oldest forest conservation organization

About NCFA

Who We Are

The North Carolina Forestry Association is the state’s oldest forest conservation organization, established in 1911. Today it is a private, non-profit partnership of approximately 4,000 forest managers, landowners, mill operators, loggers, furniture manufacturers, educators, and others concerned about the long-term health and productivity of the state’s forest resources and the industries they support.

Mission Statement

The North Carolina Forestry Association actively promotes healthy, productive forests by supporting the efforts of landowners and forestry-related businesses and organizations who responsibly manage or use forests.

What We Do

The NCFA seeks to serve its membership through four major programs – Advocacy, Training for Forestry Professionals, Education, and Communications.