AFA’s focus on advocacy, communication, networking and education is essential to our community’s success. And because our industry and world are constantly changing, AFA keeps members up to date on issues that affect them. Watch this update from AFA Executive Vice President Max Braswell. Read more...
Arson, timber theft, illegal dumping, and logging equipment theft and vandalism are serious threats to the state’s economic and environmental health. These crimes generate annual losses of hundreds of thousands of dollars to landowners and the timber industry. AFA is committed to reducing the number of cases through its Witness Reward Program, which provides rewards up to $5,000 for information leading to the arrest and conviction of persons willfully involved in these crimes on AFA members’ property.
If you have information, call the 24-hour reporting line at (501) 332-2000. Click here for an online complaint form.
Teacher Conservation Tour
Tree Farm Inspector Training
10 a.m. - 3 p.m. - Little Rock
Timber and Wildlife Management Workshop
9 a.m. - Noon