The Georgia Forestry Association is excited to be expanding its advocacy team with the recent addition of Mr. Jake Matthews as Vice President of Government Affairs, starting on Sept. 5,
Under a new Georgia law following the passage of House Bill 189, the allowable weight limit for trucks hauling forestry and other agricultural products is now 88,000 lbs. However, the
The Georgia Department of Revenue (DOR) recently proposed this year’s Qualified Timberland Property (QTP) Appraisal Manual that included updates to the table of per-acre values of commercial timberland, determined by
The Georgia Forestry Association (GFA) provides members with a direct connection to federal-level policy and regulatory affairs by connecting regularly with Georgia’s Congressional Delegation and by working through partners such
The Georgia Forestry Association applauds the Georgia General Assembly for the passage of House Bill 189, which increases the allowable gross vehicle weight for trucks hauling forest products to 88,000
On Thursday, March 30, GFA Member Troy Harris of Jamestown LP testified on mass timber advancements in Georgia before the U.S. Senate Agriculture Committee Subcommittee on Forestry in Washington D.C.
On Monday, USDA Forest Service and the National Alliance of Forest Owners (NAFO) agreed to enhance cooperation during wildfires by signing an MOU to increase cross-boundary efforts to suppress wildfires.
On Tuesday, The National Alliance of Forest Owners (NAFO), U.S. Fish and Wildlife Service (USFWS), and the National Council for Air and Stream Improvement, Inc. (NCASI), signed a memorandum of
As part of our efforts to keep you connected, protected, and empowered, GFA wants to ensure landowners are aware of continued development in the reclassification of the northern long-eared bat