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5-Day Lumber Grading CourseFeb. 20- 24, 2017, West Liberty KYDownload
KFIA Annual MeetingExhibitor InformationDownload
2017 KY Wood ExpoExhibitor GuideDownload
KY Master Logger 3-day CourseOngoing - view website for dates/locationsDownload
KML - Continuing EducationOngoing - view website for dates/locationsDownload
     
Recent News

     
Kentucky Forestry Economic Impact Report 2015

Kentucky plays a pivotal role in providing forest products to the U.S. and the forestry sector is a major economic force in the Commonwealth providing over 62,000 jobs and $14 billion to Kentucky's economy in 2015. It's economic input was generated from 713 facilities located in 109 of Kentucky's 120 counties including a wide range of industries from logging and sawmills to cabinet manufacturers and paper and producers.

View the full Kentucky Economic Impact Report 2015

  

 
     

KFIA Link is a monthly newsletter put out by the Kentucky Forest Industries Association to our members.  We have completed our special edition on the Kentucky Wood Expo and would like to share with you.  Click on this link to view the 2015 KY Wood Expo - KFIA Link Expo Edition

 

Kentucky Wood Expo
Sept. 15 & 16,
2017
Masterson Station Park - Lexington, KY
 For more information - click on logo 

 

 

Kentucky Chapter Log A Load for Kids - forest industries
charity that benefits Kentucky Children's Hospital
Click on logo for more information

 

 

 
KFIA SPOTLIGHT

NO WOOD FOR CHRISTMAS
written by Bob Bauer, KFIA Exec. Director

 

     

 

 
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