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EPA’s Overreaching Water Rule

EPA’s Waters of the United States rule officially went into effect on August 28th, in all but 13 states, drastically expanding the reach of the federal government. Because of this regulatory overreach, forest landowners as well as other businesses and local governments will be forced to get costly federal land use permits.The new rule released by the EPA places excessive burdens for forest landowners of all sizes and geographical locations. As such, the new rule has created considerable and potentially costly confusion for landowners, businesses and communities who are just trying to be good stewards of the resource.
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Will Congress Do The Right Thing on Tax Extenders?

It’s become almost an annual ritual around the winter holidays: Congress extends dozens of expired or soon-to-expire tax provisions on a temporary basis at the last minute, leaving forest landowners and related business scrambling with only a few days to take action to claim the deductions.  But could this year be different and could Congress actually do the right thing instead of waiting until the last minute?

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Forest Landowners Association Launches Timber Talks and Forest Forum Campaigns

Georgia forest landowners host Cong. Hice for first event

On Timber Talks sets the stage for forestry stakeholders to meet face-to-face with elected officials and advocate on behalf of forestry stakeholders to give policy makers a first-hand look at how private landowners manage their forests and how policy considered in Washington has an impact.

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Georgia Forest Landowners Host Cong. Hice for First Timber Talks Event

On The FLA Timber Talks campaign got off to a great start on April 2, with more than 50 representatives from the forestry community attending an event to engage in dialogue with freshman Congressman Jody Hice (R-GA10). Serving his first term in Congress and the only Member of Congress in the Georgia delegation appointed to the House Natural Resources Committee, Congressman Hice was proactive in contacting FLA to organize a Timber Talks event.

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