National Hardwood Lumber Association was originally founded in
1898 to establish a uniform system of grading rules for the measurement and inspection
of hardwood lumber. Today, the National Hardwood Lumber Association is the oldest
and largest hardwood association with over 1600 members representing all sectors
of the hardwood industry.Visit
The Indiana Hardwood Lumbermen’s Association
is a non-profit trade organization comprised of sawmills, wholesale brokers, equipment
vendors, secondary users and others who recognize the benefits of working together
on projects of interest to the hardwood industry. Visit
The Ohio Forestry Association, Inc., started as an organization
in 1903, is an independent organization, operating not-for-profit and chartered
to promote the general welfare of the people and private enterprise of the state
of Ohio. The mission of the Ohio Forestry Association is to support the management
of Ohio's forest resources and improvement of business conditions for the benefit
of its members in their endeavors to engage in forestry-related industries and enterprises.
Hardwood Federation is the largest DC-based hardwood industry trade
association, representing thousands of hardwood businesses in every state in the
U.S. and acting as the industry's advocacy voice on Capitol Hill.
Hardwood Forest Foundation is a non-profit educational resource.
Its goal is to teach the public about hardwood trees, forests and the importance
of sustainable forest management. Visit
Hardwood Market Report, established in 1922, is a weekly publication
that provides benchmark pricing and market commentary on North American hardwood
lumber and the hardwood products industry. Visit
American Hardwood Information Center is an independent organization
that provides facts, tips and useful advice about U.S. hardwoods and hardwood products.
A source of practical ideas if you are selecting or caring for solid hardwood flooring,
furniture, cabinetry and millwork. They provide information about U.S. hardwood
forests and sustainable hardwood forestry. Visit