NAWLA serves the lumber industry by creating opportunities for powerful relationship building and idea exchanges among peers, customers and prospects. As a result, our members enjoy significant revenue increases while cutting down on expenses. NAWLA helps you create a stronger, thriving lumber company. Hear from current members what benefits they receive from being a NAWLA member.
NAWLA 10 Groups are networking forums of approximately 10 NAWLA members with like interests (from non-competing firms) who get together in a more informal setting to connect about issues that they face and to reflect on how to positively impact their organizations and the industry.
NAWLA has the following committees: Education Committee, Finance Committee, Leadership Summit Committee, Membership Committee, Regional Meetings Committee, and the Traders Market Committee. If you are interested in becoming involved on a NAWLA Committee, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org to express further interest.
The Wood Basics Course is a four-day immersion class that includes both classroom training and field operations. The curriculum encompasses the entire spectrum of the forest products industry.
Webinars allow employees to get the information they need without having the time and expense of an onsite program. Multiple employees can attend, which always helps with long-term implementation of the knowledge.
The mission of NAWLA Regional Meetings is to provide opportunities for networking and education for industry professionals throughout the regions of the United States and Canada.
Hear from NAWLA staff, volunteers and industry affiliates on news and updates on the association and more.