- TFA offers cont. education training for Certified Burn Managers on October 25, 2017
- TFA offers Fall Training Program for Loggers
- Texas Logging Council offers CEU workshops for Pro Loggers
- Call for nominations for excellence in wood design
- Texas Forestry Association’s 103rd Annual Meeting set for October 25-27, 2017
- Certified Burn Managers Training on October 25, 2017
Who We Are
It's been 100 years since a handful of conservationists, motivated by a deep concern for Texas' forest resources, formed Texas Forestry Association. As the years passed, they were joined by others, forming a continuous bond of dedication, service and support to the forest lands of Texas.
Today, the Texas Forestry Association, still guided by a conservation philosophy, has become more than just an association of forest-minded landowners, businesses and professionals. It has reached far beyond the original concept of TFA in 1914, and today offers programs for almost every Texan interested in conservation, business, history, education, wildlife and more.