Whether you’re a landowner, consumer, logger or other forest resources professional, many resources about SFI, forestry and forest products are available online. Below are descriptions and links for web sites you may find helpful as well as a few brochures for downloading. If you have a specific question, please contact the SFI coordinator in Georgia.
American Tree Farm System
Information about certification and recognition for family forest owners plus education and technical assistance.
Georgia Forestry Association
Legislative updates, general forestry information and Georgia Tree Farm contacts.
Georgia Forestry Commission
Information on Georgia BMPs for Forestry to protect water quality, sample timber sales contract, list of registered foresters and general forestry information.
Georgia Department of Natural Resources, Wildlife Resources Division
Wildlife information, including conservation assistance programs for landowners.
Master Timber Harvester
A searchable database of Master Timber Harvesters in Georgia and a list of upcoming training.
The Sustainable Forestry Initiative Program
The global site for SFI information, including program overview, SFI Standards and Certifications, SFI Certified Forests and Products.
Emerging Themes: Bioenergy and Carbon
The SFI 2010-2014 Standard is a research and science-based standard that takes careful consideration of social, economic and environmental issues related to forest management as well as the interests in the marketplace. Through the SFI program’s continual improvement process, new requirements are often built into the standard that reflect new information and science as it becomes available. The SFI 2010-2014 Standard includes new language to address the issues of climate change and bioenergy feedstock harvesting.
Brochures and More Information
Landowner Information Packet
Email and request a complete Georgia Landowner information packet now.
Sustainable Forest Newsletters
Link to and download our topical Sustainable Forests for newsletters now.