T. R. Clark

Based in LaFayette, T. R. Clark, RF is a Regional Manager for Alabama for F&W Forestry Services, an international forest resource management and consulting firm dedicated to helping landowners and investors gain the most value and enjoyment per acre from their timberland. We believe that environmentally viable timberland is economically viable timberland.


Contact T. R. Clark


Contact T. R. Clark

F&W Forestry Services
Regional Manager
15053 Highway 431 South
PO Box 250
LaFayette, Alabama  36862
Phone: (334) 864-9542
Cell Phone: (229) 407-0119
Fax: (334) 864-9389


 

Service Area

Statewide service provider in:
  • Alabama


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