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TimberAssurance.Org specifically provides information on the legality and sustainability of U.S. forest lands owned and managed by state agencies, private individuals, private corporations, and other recognized private legal entities. Federal lands, which are managed according to different laws and solely by the federal government, are not addressed on this website.

NOT SURE WHERE TO START? TIMBERASSURANCE.ORG PROVIDES THE FOLLOWING INFORMATION:

LEGALITY

Access U.S. forest ownership statistics, and pages overviewing landowner rights and the governance structure of forest management in the U.S.

SUSTAINABILITY

Learn about the federal laws and policies that apply to all U.S. land (of any type or ownership) and the seven categories of forestry-related programs, policies, and reports that all the states and territories use.

ADDITIONAL RESOURCES

Information on third party forest certification, permitting, licensing, and training.

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Forest Action Plans:
GUIDELINES FOR FORESTS

Your state’s Forest Action Plan includes in-depth analysis of forest conditions and trends in your area. Collectively, the states’ Forest Action Plans make up a roadmap for forest management on a national scale.

FIND YOUR STATE

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