American Forest and Paper Association
AF&PA is the national trade association of the forest, paper, and wood products industry. It represents member companies engaged in growing, harvesting, and processing wood and wood fiber, manufacturing pulp, paper, and paperboard products from both virgin and recycled fiber, and producing engineered and traditional wood products.
American Forest Resource Council
The American Forest Resource Council strives to provide a positive operating environment for the forest products community, representing nearly 100 forest product manufacturers and forest landowners - from small, family-owned companies to large multi-national corporations - in twelve states, west of the Great Lakes.
Associated Oregon Loggers
We are a trade association, founded in 1969, to provide business services to contract logging firms and related businesses. Membership wise, we are the largest loggers association in the USA!
C&D Lumber Co.
At our mill in Riddle, Oregon, we produce a wide variety of premium wood products sawn from Douglas Fir, Incense Cedar and our exclusive Port Orford Cedar. From these woods we produce specialty timbers, decking and decking components, as well as interior and exterior paneling.
DR Johnson Lumber Co.
Since its inception in 1951, D.R. Johnson has relied upon these principles to deliver good value to their customers. The original mill, in Riddle, Oregon, employed 10 workers and generated a daily production of 30,000 board feet of lumber. Today, the organization consists of six affiliated companies staffed by 400 employees and daily produces 1,000,000 board feet of lumber.
Herbert Lumber Company
Welcome to Herbert Lumber Company's home on the Internet. We have been
in the business of producing fine grain Douglas-Fir wood products from
Oregon's sustained-growth forests since 1947.
Herbert Lumber is a DTO member.
Northwest Farm Credit Services
Northwest Farm Credit Services provides financing and related services to farmers, ranchers, commercial fishermen, timber producers, agribusinesses, and rural homeowners in Montana, Idaho, Oregon, Washington, and Alaska.
Oregon Forests Resources Institute
The Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI) was created by the Oregon Legislature in 1991 to improve public understanding of the state's forest resources. OFRI provides information on Oregon's forest practices and encourages sound forest management. The Institute is funded by a tax on forest products producers.
Roseburg Forest Products
Roseburg Forest Products is a progressive, closely-held forest products company, building value with timberlands, safe and efficient manufacturing, and highly capable people. We market quality products and superior customer service at a profit to sustain growth.
Starfire Lumber Co.
Starfire Lumber Co. was incorporated on February 9, 1983. Francis D. Engle, the company's founder, purchased an old cedar mill in the small community of Cottage Grove, Oregon, U.S.A. After spending over ten million dollars in the initial purchase and subsequent improvements, Starfire Lumber Co. is now one of the most modern and innovative mills in the world.
The growing demand for wood products can be met only if we eliminate waste in manufacturing by converting as much of each log as possible to finished products and by replanting and scientifically managing timberlands for the benefit of the environment and future generations.
Founded in 1952 by brothers Rod, Dean and Harry Swanson along with Ed Combs, Swanson Group has grown into a diversified forest products company that is still family owned.
Temperate Forest Foundation
The Temperate Forest Foundation provides scientifically credible information on natural resource issues and options.
The American Lumberjack Association
The American Lumberjack Association provides show support as well as organized competitor and sport network. The ALA and its membership are dedicated to the preservation of not only our unique and challenging sport, but also to the goodwill and friendly competition that the sport brings out in all of us.
Supports information exchange on the use of wood and wood-fiber resources.
Western Oregon Plan Revision
The Bureau of Land Management is revising the six western Oregon Resource Management Plans tiered to the Northwest Forest Plan. The revised plans (to be completed in 2008) will address public lands and resources managed by the Salem, Eugene, Roseburg, Medford, and Coos Bay Districts and the Klamath Falls Resource Area of the Lakeview District.