Devereaux Sawmill is proud to be affiliated with the following trade associations and Certifications:
The National Hardwood Lumber Association’s (NHLA) mission is to serve NHLA Members engaged in the commerce of North American Hardwood Lumber Industry by: maintaining order, structure, rules, and ethics in the changing global hardwood marketplace; providing member services unique to the hardwood lumber industry; driving collaboration across the hardwood industry to promote demand for North American hardwood lumber and advocate the interest of the hardwood community in public/private policy issues; and building positive relationships within the global hardwood community.
The Forest Stewardship Council®(FSC®) is a global, not-for-profit organization dedicated to the promotion of responsible forest management worldwide. We enable businesses and consumers to make informed choices about the forest products they buy, and create positive change by engaging the power of market dynamics. A copy of our FSC company policy can be obtained by contacting our FSC administrator at firstname.lastname@example.org
Incorporated in 1983 to provide representation to a broad cross-section of individuals and business organizations involved in the timber industry, the Lake States Lumber Association’s membership of roughly 120 members represents 12 states and one Canadian Province. The Association’s primary objective is to assure members and industry of a sustainable forest resource. This objective is achieved by a network of committees and volunteers.
IHLA is a non-profit trade organization comprised of sawmills, wholesale brokers, equipment vendors, secondary manufacturers, loggers, landowners and others who recognize the benefits of working together on issues and projects for the good of the hardwood industry. Today, IHLA has members in 27 states and 3 Canadian provinces.
“The purpose of this association (GLKDA) shall be to promote improved drying, storage, and handling of wood through the exchange of ideas and discussion of problems at regular and special meetings.”