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FLF Research: Creating a positive perception of America’s Forest Caretakers

The Forest Landowner Foundation is the only entity dedicated to focused research, data, and communications that enable those who own and manage their working forests with a holistic approach – financially, environmentally and socially – to fulfill their family’s forest legacy and pass on the tradition to future generations.

Webinar: Casualty Loss and Income Tax Deductions Related to Timber

Sign up for the live webinar “Casualty Loss and Income Tax Deductions Related to Timber and Landscape Trees” taking place at 1pm on December 7th, 2018, with Dr. Linda Wang, a National Timber Tax Specialist with USDA Forest Service in Washington D.C.

Supreme Court rules 8-0 in favor of private landowners in Weyerhaeuser v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife case

The Forest Landowners Association hails the property rights victory of the unanimous ruling by the Supreme Court in favor of private property rights. Tuesday’s 8-0 decision in the Weyerhaeuser v. U.S. Fish and Wildlife case is a clear win for forest landowners.

Everyday is Arbor Day

Everyday is Arbor Day

Grant Wood’s 1932 painting titled “Arbor Day” portrays a group of school children planting a tree outside of their country schoolhouse in an otherwise treeless Iowa landscape. It has become an iconic representation of a national observance established over a century...

A Century-Long Environmental Success Story

A Century-Long Environmental Success Story

It’s been 46 years since the first Earth Day, an event that gave rise to the modern environmental movement. Earth Day was inspired by widespread concern about the ability of the planet to sustain itself under the pressure of the food, material and energy requirements...

An Overlooked Connection: Clean Water & Forest Products

An Overlooked Connection: Clean Water & Forest Products

The role that forests play in the water cycle is widely known and celebrated. Yet, many are unaware of the contributions of forest product markets in the forest/water relationship.Monday was International Forests Day. Tuesday was World Water Day. In 2016, there will...

Let Spring Rejuvenation Begin!

Let Spring Rejuvenation Begin!

A well-managed forest is a healthy forest.
We all value trees and a forest that’s recently been thinned, clear cut, or managed through a controlled burn is not the prettiest sight. It’s only temporary and is important for the long-term health of a forest.

Working Forests Want to Contribute to a Low-Carbon Future

Working Forests Want to Contribute to a Low-Carbon Future

The United States Supreme Court recently stayed implementation of the Obama administration’s Clean Power Plan (CPP), which seeks to limit carbon pollution from power plants. While the development might generate bigger headlines, a story worth watching is the...

Pro-Forest New Year’s Resolution

Pro-Forest New Year’s Resolution

In the spirit of using the early days of the New Year to consider life-improving resolutions, here’s one for your consideration. If you value America’s forests, use more wood.  The United States is rich in forest resources. We have over 750 million acres of forests,...

Forest Sustainability into the Future

Forest Sustainability into the Future

A recent NPR Marketplace report said forestland sales could spike in 2016 and raised concerns about the future as aging landowners weigh their options or children uninterested in continuing a family’s timber heritage…