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South Carolina Timber Producers Association

South Carolina Timber Producers Association, Inc. is a non-profit 501(c)(6) independent association dedicated to representing and servicing our state’s professional timber harvesters as well as our timber dealer and timber trucker members. Other associate supporting members include businesses involved in the utilization, manufacture and sale of timber products, private timberland owners, professional foresters and businesses serving our members such as equipment dealers, insurance agencies, tire dealers, truck and trailer dealers, and other product and service providers.


South Eastern Wood Producers Association


The mission is to protect the interests and stability of reputable harvesting-transport companies and be a player in supporting proactive positions on issues that affect our industry. SWPA is a reliable resource of information on industry issues and provides educational workshops, timely communication and publications, and other member benefits. SWPA is an “involved” association that strives to project an accurate image of the contribution that timber harvesting and wood fiber delivery companies provide to their respective state and national economies.


American Loggers Council

ALC is the only national organization solely dedicated to representing the independent contract logger on the national level. We have the combined forces of independent contractors and state and regional logging associations around the country to impact our industry positively and pro-actively by sharing the benefits of education and training opportunities, networking, research, promotion and legislative coordination.


Alabama Forestry Association

The Alabama Forestry Association was formed in 1949 to represent the interest of the state’s sawmill companies and soon expanded to include forestry members from the stump to the mill. Today, AFA is a membership organization comprised of forest products companies, landowners, loggers, wood suppliers, foresters, and others with a stake in Alabama’s forest economy.


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