About ALC of Idaho

Loggers and log, wood products and heavy equipment haulers formed the Associated Logging Contractors in 1966 for the purpose of developing programs that are instrumental in helping members reduce costs of operation and craft creative solutions to problems confronting the industry. By working together and with others, ALC has been successful in defining the issues, providing solutions to vexing problems and building coalitions that successfully implement these solutions.

Serving Idaho’s Loggers & Haulers 

Working with our affiliate companies Associated Loggers Exchange and Associated Insurance Services and our subsidiary company ALC Services, Inc., we provide a variety of services designed to keep loggers in business in today’s world:

  • Logging Safety Consulting
  • Workman’s Compensation Insurance
  • First Aid & Safety Equipment Sales
  • Idaho Pro-Logger Accreditation
  • Public Affairs & Public Relations
  • Governmental Affairs
  • Legislative Advocacy
  • Business, Personal & Health Insurance

Your Voice in Boise & D.C.

Associated Logging Contractors of Idaho works on issues that impact logging and hauling contractors and their ability to be successful in the logging business.  ALC of Idaho conducts governmental affairs work year round with elected officials and their staffs, as well as state and federal agency staff to stay current on issues important to ALC members. The ALC of Idaho also represents the members during the state legislative session each year.

ALC of Idaho also works with the American Loggers Council to collaborate on issues impacting Idaho logging and hauling contractors and logging contractors across the country and brings a united voice to decision makers in Washington, D.C., through that organization.

Pictured: ALC Board Members meet with Idaho Gov. Brad Little at the Idaho State Capitol.

The ALC of Idaho

ALC of Idaho represents 482 independent logging and wood hauling companies 

Single Owner-Operator

1-5 Employees

6-15 Employees

15+ Employees