We will send a forester out to your plot to have a look at your stand of timber. They'll use industry-standard guidelines to estimate the volume and value of your tract, then we can make an offer for purchase.
We are currently buying tracts 20 acres and greater.
VFA has advocated for wise stewardship of the Commonwealth's forest resources since 1943. The non-profit, privately supported organization is comprised of landowners, foresters, forest product businesses, loggers, forestry consultants and individuals concerned with the health and future of Virginia's forests.×
"SHARP" is an acronym that stands for "Sustainable Harvesting And Resource Professional". The Virginia SHARP Logger Program provides crucial training in sustainable forestry, environmental protection, and workplace safety. WoodForest has completed this program, and continues training it's foresters in these best practices.×
WoodForest is a member in good standing of North Carolina's oldest forest conservation organization. As a private, non-profit partnership today, the NCFA is comprised of over 4,000 forestry professionals, landowners, manufacturers and educators whose goal is the long-term productivity and well-being of the state's forestland and the industries surrounding it.×
As a member of South Carolina's Forestry Association, WoodForest shares their goals of securing and maintaining policies furthering the conservation and sustainable use of natural resources amid a pro-business environment for the wood and paper industries.×
By maintaining membership in the Georgia Forestry Association, WoodForest likewise invests in the mission of advocacy for a healthy political and business climate for Georgia's forest and landowners and forest product marketability.×
The AFA works proactively with the government, legislature, media and more to positively represent and promote forestry and the forestry community throughout Alabama. WoodForest joins the "Voice of Forestry in Alabama" in these goals.×
In 1994, North Carolina suffered a record 13 timber harvesting fatalities. In response to these unnecessary tragedies, the North Carolina Forestry Association (NCFA) proactively formed thier ProLogger Program as a cooperative initiative administered by the NCFA, Forestry Mutual Insurance Company, the NC Department of Labor, and the NC Forest Service. The program promotes and trains forestry professionals in safety, business, and enviromental concerns, and facilitates continuing education in these critical areas. WoodForest is among over 1400 others who have completed the program.×
The NCAPL is a non-profit corporation invested in professional logging and business opportunities for the entire forest products industry that logging supports. They represent a distinct, unified voice for NC timber harvesters, facilitate networking and business contacts, and constantly promote education regarding harvesting and transporting forest products safely and responsibly. WoodForest is proud to be a member of this organization.×