Since much in the industry has changed, NAWLA has recognized that its members and the industry are looking for ways to learn about current issues.

Webinars have been particularly effective lately, as companies have cut back both their travel and training budgets. The webinars allow employees to get the information they need without having the time and expense of an onsite program. It also has enabled companies to have multiple employees to attend, which always helps with the takeaways and long-term implementation of the knowledge.

If you have any questions about our webinars and online learning materials, please contact education@nawla.org.

Upcoming Webinars

Summer Series: Building Components – Driving Trends Across Geographic Markets

Date and Time: Wednesday, July 17 | 12:00 – 1:00 p.m. CT
Speakers: Jeff Hoggard, Trader at American International Forest Products (AiFP); Ken Timmins, Trader at American International Forest Products (AiFP)
Moderator: Matthew Sahebi, Trader at American International Forest Products (AiFP) and NAWLA Education Committee Member

Join us for an insightful webinar exploring the dynamic world of building components driving modern construction's evolution. These essential elements are reshaping structural integrity, efficiency, and aesthetics globally. We'll delve into popular products across diverse geographic markets, analyzing unique regional demands and preferences. Learn invaluable forecasts into the future, highlighting emerging trends and technological advancements. Whether you're a seasoned professional or a newcomer, this webinar is your gateway to unlocking the future of building innovation in a competitive landscape.

Free Webinar

Mount St. Helens, A Story of Resiliency and Renewal

Date and Time:  July 12, 2022 | 12:00-1:00 p.m. CDT
Presenter: Molly Rasor, Harvest Planner, Weyerhaeuser
Moderator: Tom Le Vere, President, Weekes Forest Products

On the morning of May 18, 1980, a magnitude 5.1 earthquake triggered one of the most powerful volcanic blasts in the history of North America: The Eruption of Mount St. Helens. Fifty-seven people lost their lives. Everything in the path of the blast – including 68,000 acres of Weyerhaeuser forestland – was destroyed.

Join us to hear about the salvage, recovery, and reforestation efforts that followed this devastating event.

This webinar provides a unique showcase of Weyerhaeuser’s Tree Farm management both in the aftermath of the eruption and today, as Weyerhaeuser continually works to deliver sustainable products to the markets you serve.

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