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NCFA Partners with CLA and NC Agromedicine Institute for COVID-19 Safety Guidelines Initiative

During the COVID-19 crisis the North Carolina Forestry Association (NCFA) has partnered with the Carolina Loggers Association (CLA) and the North Carolina Agromedicine Institute to provide safety guidelines for North Carolina's forestry community through social media posts. The initiative was…
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Forestry News Alert – Imperative COVID-19 Information!

Dear NCFA Members, The North Carolina Forestry Association would like to share a recent press release that is critical to all members operating in the forest products and agriculture products sector. Governor Roy Cooper has issued Executive Order No. 12…
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Module 20 ProLogger Training Deadline Extended

Dear NCFA Members, The North Carolina Forestry Association in coordination with the North Carolina Sustainable Forestry Initiative – State Implementation Committee (NC SFI-SIC) has elected to extend the deadline to complete the required ProLogger Module 20 training until September 30…
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2020 ProLogger Base Course Dates Announced

The NCFA hosts three base ProLogger Base Courses each year. Base Courses are held in the eastern, central and western parts of the state.2020 PROLOGGER BASE CLASS SCHEDULE Wayne Community College Base Class: Postponed until further notice(Goldsboro, NC) Montgomery Community…
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2020 Sustainable Forestry Teachers Experience Dates Announced

The Sustainable Forestry Teachers Experience is a professional development workshop for STEM educators that demonstrates all elements of forestry in North Carolina. Discover the forests in our state and learn about the wood products industry! SIGN UP FOR AN EXPERIENCE…
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NCFA Launches New Quarterly TreeLine Magazine

The North Carolina Forestry Association is pleased to announce that the new quarterly TreeLine magazine is now available to our membership.
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NCFA’s Response to Dogwood Alliance Report

North Carolina Forestry Association’s Executive Vice President Dr. John Hatcher responded to a recently released ‘report’ by the Dogwood Alliance and the Center for Sustainable Economy. Please take time to review Dr. Hatcher’s response.
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NCFA Announces New Scholarship Program

The North Carolina Forestry Association’s (NCFA)-Forest Education and Conservation Foundation (FECF) is proud to offer a scholarship program to students pursuing a forestry career in the state of North Carolina. The FECF encourages the wise use and management of North…
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