Hardwood Industry Research, Sustainability, and More!

NHLA is committed to providing its members with the resources needed to drive business, market share, and industry visibility. From standards and guidelines to lobbying efforts, marketing services, and more, NHLA strives for new heights of collaborative excellence. Use these resources to discover information related to the industry’s impact on the U.S. economy, emerging trends, hardwood sustainability, research, and more. Can’t find what you need or have a resource that we should add? Drop us a line at 901-377-1818 or send us an email by clicking HERE.

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Hardwood Industry Resources

Industry Links & Partners

Learn more about our partners in the hardwood lumber and wood products industry nationally and internationally.

Issues & Advocacy 

NHLA’s commitment to representing our members’ interest in Washington, D.C., began more than 120 years ago with the creation of the NHLA Rules. Today, NHLA is proud to advocate on our members’ behalf in Washington, D.C.

Career Center

As a benefit of membership, NHLA members have exclusive access to post any open positions within their companies to the NHLA Career Center at no cost.  This is where you need to be to view and submit jobs to the NHLA Career Center. 

Hardwood Benefits
Improved forest management and state and federal laws, along with industry and public willingness to maintain forests, have resulted in a spectacular recovery and rejuvenation of the American hardwood supply.
Hardwood Sustainability

North American hardwoods have been proven many times over to be naturally renewable, biodegradable, and sustainable. Learn more about how you can support the sustainability
of hardwoods.

Real American Hardwood

The Real American Hardwood Coalition (RAHC) is a voluntary industry-wide domestic promotion initiative developed by industry associations and directed by their executive directors. Learn more about RAHC here.

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