The Hardwood Federation has proposed several policies to the U.S. Senate regarding hardwood workers and companies hurt by the COVID-19 pandemic.
Made up of 28 U.S. trade and hardwood associations, the Hardwood Federation says the industry has seen a dramatic impact since the start of the trade war, and it plans to amp up pressure on lawmakers.
Proposed changes to federal estate tax regulations could have a significant, negative impact on small and medium businesses, including hardwood lumber businesses, according to the Hardwood Federation.
The Hardwood Federation and Columbia Forest Products announce that Jim Sitts, Appalachian Timber Manager, was elected to the Hardwood Federation board, taking the seat vacated by Brad Thompson, CEO of Columbia Forest Products.
Previously we published “The Fight to Fix the Lacey Act Has Just Begun,” by Brent McClendon, executive director of the International Wood Products Assn. Now we present the “Counterpoint,” authored by Dana Cole, executive director of the Hardwood Federation.
he Hardwood Federation, a public policy advocacy group for the hardwood industry, recently named Dana Lee Cole as its third executive director.
Dana Lee Cole has been named the third Executive Director of the Hardwood Federation and will begin serving in the role on June 25.