Logging Associations

American Loggers Council

The American Loggers Council was formed in 1994 to serve as a unified, national voice for professional loggers across the United States. Made up of a coalition of state and regional logging associations and councils, ALC represents more 30 states across the U.S.

Associated Oregon Loggers

Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. (AOL) is the statewide trade association representing some 1,000 member companies engaged in the harvest and sustainable forest management of Oregon’s 30 million acres of forestland.

California Loggers

Associated California Loggers (ACL) represents companies and individuals who harvest and transport materials for the forest products industry. ACL members play a major role in the stewardship of California’s public and private forests, and are committed to the good management of this sustainable and renewable resource.

Montana Logging Association

The Montana Logging Association (MLA) was incorporated in 1976 as a non-profit organization to provide a united voice for the family-owned businesses that harvest and transport logs from forest to mill in Montana. The mission of the Montana Logging Association is to enhance the professional status of Montana timber harvesters, support their endeavors, and ensure that our state’s renewable forests provide opportunity for generations to come.

Washington Contract Loggers Association‍

The Washington Contract Loggers Association, Inc. has served individuals and businesses involved in the Pacific Northwest timber industry for over 40 years. They offer a wide range of services, from insurance programs and worker’s compensation claims management to education and safety programs.