Learn how to comply with the Lacey Act in upcoming IWPA courses
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HIGH POINT, N.C. - The International Wood Products Association (IWPA) and the American Home Furnishings Alliance (AHFA) will a host a series of Wood Trade Compliance Training and Due Diligence Tools courses. Those courses - Wood Trade Compliance Training, Advanced Wood Trade Compliance Training, and Audits for the Wood Trade Professional - will be held February 11-13 in High Point, North Carolina.
 
The IWPA courses feature "hands-on exercises to arm professionals buying and selling wood products with the latest information to help them comply with the Lacey Act and other important laws relevant to the trade in wood products."
 
Recently updated, the Advanced Wood Trade Compliance Training course will walk participants through the Lacey Act settlement agreements including the Young Living settlement. In addition, this course provides an overview of the Enforce and Protect Act and duty circumvention cases. 
 
 
 
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