FLA is a leading advocate promoting the rights of all private landowners—regardless of size, corporate structure, location, certification status, or tax classification.
FLA's guiding principles identify three areas of concern that jeopardize Private Forests and the people who own them. They are:
- Erosion of Private Property Rights and Excessive Regulation
- Principle:FLA believes that human society cannot reap the numerous benefits of forests without secure private property rights.
- Tax Policy
- Principle: FLA believes federal tax policies based on equality and certainty are required to encourage the nation’s private forest landowners to make sustained, long-term capital investments in forest management.
- Access to Free and Open Markets
- Principle:FLA believes that the maintenance of free and open markets is vital to the preservation of private forests.
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Contact Forest Landowners Association
Scott P. Jones
Chief Executive Office
900 Circle 75 Parkway
Atlanta, Georgia 30339 Phone:
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