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Rep. Dent's report to address one of our state’s most alarming issues and help to spur solutions.
The industry supports more than 41,000 direct jobs and another 63,000 forestry-related jobs, paying wages of nearly $4.9 billion a year.
WFPA 2015 Annual Meeting Registration
Wood has a low carbon and energy footprint, the only natural building material that stores carbon.
The Agricultural Act of 2014, commonly known as the Farm Bill, authorized governors to identify insect and disease treatment areas within national forests in their states that suffer from severe forest health issues and should be prioritized in federal planning of forest health treatments. Washington joins 35 states requesting prioritized forest health treatments on federal lands.
Washington's working forests, sustainability, building with wood, economic contribuiton and mroe contained in WFPA's 2014 annual report.