Steve Cash, president of the Appalachian Lumbermen’s Club, presents Crystal Oldham, executive director of the Hardwood Forest Foundation, a $4,000 grant to benefit the Foundation’s educational initiatives.

 

MEMPHIS, TN -- The Hardwood Forest Foundation, a non-profit organization promoting conservation, research and educational programs for the forest industry, received a $4,000 grant from the Appalachian Lumbermen’s Club on Mar. 13 in Greensboro, NC.

“As always, the Foundation is grateful for the continued support from the Appalachian Lumbermen’s Club,” said Crystal Oldham, executive director of the Hardwood Forest Foundation.

The Club represents the forest and lumber industries in the Appalachian Hardwood Region, with a mission to provide a forum for forest industry involvement through fellowship, education and promotion. The grant will directly benefit educational programs for the Hardwood Forest Foundation.

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