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The Kentucky Forest Industries Association (KFIA) represents the wood products industry, landowners and forestry interests in Kentucky.  The Association promotes the economic welfare and interests of the wood products industry through a number of programs and work with regulatory agencies advocating for forestry in the legislative process at the state and national level.
 
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Upcoming Events
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2020 KFIA Annual MeetingAugust 25-27, 2020Download
2020 KFIA Annual MeetingExhibitor InformationDownload
Wm. H. Steele Memorial ScholarshipApplication attachedDownload
KY Master Logger 3-day CourseOngoing - view website for dates/locationsDownload
KML - Continuing EducationOngoing - view website for dates/locationsDownload
     
2020 Hotel Reservations

Hotel reservations for the Brown Hotel are still available for the rescheduled dates of Aug. 25 -27.  You will need to call the Brown Hotel to make any new reservations.  If you currently held a reservation for the April dates they have been transferred to the corresponding days in August. 

Our convention rate of $146.00 per night (includes parking).  Make reservations by phone by calling 502/583-1234 and mention the KFIA Annual Meeting.  

Once again at the Historic Brown Hotel in downtown Louisville and have worked out a great room rate.  We strongly encourage members to make your reservations as soon as possible.  We have increased the number of rooms in our block for this year but reservations need to be made on time in order to get in the room block for the meeting.  We have also arranged for the free parking and an open lot is available for anyone that has trouble fitting their vehicle in the garage.   

The Brown Hotel is located in downtown Louisville and is within walking distance of the Fourth Street Live entertainment district and a number of excellent restaurants and attractions.     


     
Kentucky Forestry Economic Impact Report

Kentucky Forest Sector Economic Contribution 

Forests cover nearly half the state of Kentucky and are the foundation of a forest sector that is a major economic force in the Commonwealth. This webpage contains the latest Kentucky forest sector economic contribution estimates, prior estimates, links to data sources and methods, as well as additional information related to the economic importance of Kentucky’s forest resources.    

The 2018 estimates for the economic contribution of Kentucky’s forest sector include: 
  •  $8.5 billion in direct economic contribution  
  • $13.5 billion in total economic contributions 
  •  26,000+ jobs in the forest sector and an estimated  
  •  60,000+ jobs overall 

The Kentucky Forest Sector is divided into six sub-sectors: Logging, Primary Wood Manufacturing, Pulp and Paper, Secondary Wood Manufacturing, Paper Converters Wood Residue Each of these sub-sectors is comprised of one or more forest industries except for the Pulp and Paper sub-sector which consists of only paper mills in Kentucky. For more information about the forest industries included in each sub-sector click here. 


     
CORONAVIRUS (COVID-19) UPDATE

KFIA has been in close contact with the Governor's Office and has received a copy of the Executive Order .  The order will close all businesses that are not life-sustaining or deemed essential.  The order states under Section A that all businesses operating in the Federal Critical Infrastructure Sectors are exempt from closure and can remain open which includes the wood products industry.  The Food and Agriculture section of the report specifically states that "Workers who support the manufacture and distribution of forest products, including but not limited to timber, paper, and other wood products are exempt".  We interpret this to mean that all wood manufacturing industries can remain open as long as they are following social distance guidelines.     

We are in the process of confirming all interpretations directly with the Governor's office and will keep members updated on any changes.  Please contact the KFIA office if you have any questions or concerns and we will keep all membership regularly updated as we all get through these tough times.

KFIA is working closely with issues related to the current outbreak of the coronavirus.  We are working to insure that the industry is following all recommendations to prevent the spread of the virus and making sure that the wood products industry is recognized as an essential industry to get us through these tough times.   

During these changing times we hope all of our many members and families supported by our industry are following precautions and staying healthy.  We wanted to update you on current activities related to the Coronavirus COVID-19 in Kentucky and legislation at the national level.  The Kentucky Forest Industries Association office is open and continuing to work hard to represent the wood industry in Frankfort. 

National Homeland Security Guidelines lists the wood products industry as essential to produce many products that are needed during this crisis.  The other important part of the issue is to make sure that all of   our members that continue to operate  and be sure to follow “social distancing” guidelines and other practices to   every extent possible to prevent the spread of the virus at the workplace. 

For Kentucky information about COVID-19 

U.S. Small Business Administration  - Coronavirus (COVID-19): Small Business Loan Information.

Congressional Action Memo sent to membership    

Federal Tax Relief for Individuals and Business - The U.S. Treasury Department issued guidance saying that taxpayers can delay paying some federal income taxes for 90 days before interest and penalties kick in, but they must still file a return by April 15.  Taxpayers who want more time to file their returns can do so by filing a form with the IRS requesting an automatic six-month extension.  Individuals can delay payments of up to $1 million in taxes and corporations can get payments of up to $10 million deferred until July 15 without interest and penalties.  You should review the official notice from Treasury and consult your tax professional before making any final decisions regarding this new guidance.   

State Resources for Business and Individuals - Kentucky is implementing assistance programs for individuals and business, including disaster loan program funding provided by the U.S. Small Business Administration.  The Council of State Governments has made available state level information about business assistance programs.  Their site also provides information about the state programs and disease prevention.  You may view their database here.

     
KFIA SPOTLIGHT

KFIA Annual Meeting scheduled for April 7-9, 2020 has been rescheduled for August 25-27, 2020. 

With the rising concern regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19) outbreak we have reviewed our options for the upcoming meeting and it was unanimously voted by our Board of Directors to postpone the meeting till August 25, 26 & 27.  It is our full intent to keep our members and visitors safe.  

KFIA has spoken to the Brown Hotel to reschedule our meeting for August 25-27, they respected our decision and has willingly made the change without any penalty to the association or it attendees.  If you have sent in your meeting registration, sponsorship or signed up for the golf outing, we want you to know you don’t have to do anything.  

The hotel will transfer your reservations to the new dates, KFIA will keep the funds received for the meeting to use during that time.  If you need to cancel you will need to contact KFIA at 502/695-3979 and the Brown Hotel at 502/583-1234.  

If you have any questions please contact the KFIA office. 

We hope to see you all in August.



Click to view a digital copy of the current membership directory.

     

Kentucky Wood Expo - the next Expo will be held in 2021 -  For more information on the 2019 show - click on logo 

Kentucky Chapter Log A Load for Kids - forest industries charity that benefits Kentucky Children's Hospital
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KFIA Mission Statement

MISSION STATEMENT: KFIA exists to preserve the traditions, markets and  influence of all the organizations benefiting from Kentucky’s forest resources.  KFIA promotes, protects, and enhances the welfare of the commonwealth’s forest products stakeholders. 

VISION:  KFIA is “The Association” of the forest products industry, service providers and landowners that reside or conduct business in Kentucky.  KFIA is a necessary investment of the forest resource stakeholder because of the robust services and benefits provided by the association. 

VALUES: Accountability & Responsibility: Members are expected to conduct their business using sound ethical practices and be good steward of Kentucky’s forest resources.

Improvement & Innovation: Support initiatives that lead to continued improvement and innovation.

Responsible Forestry: Preserve members’ freedom to shape their future and defend stakeholders from unnecessary regulation.                      

Education: Pursue educational opportunities to improve the wellness of membership and effectively inform the general public.  


Contact the KFIA Staff:    

     Bob Bauer, Executive Director  Bob@kfia.org
     Michele Brewer, Administrative Assistant 
Michele@kfia.org