Join Us in Shaping the Future of Forest Products

Sponsored by the Washington State Department of Commerce, this collaborative forum is devoted to the economics and sustainability of wood products and the societal recognition of the benefits of managed forests.

About the Roundtable

The Roundtable is being created to provide a consistent information sharing, networking, and education for the entire spectrum of forest products in Washington State. Membership will include forest products industry, public and private and tribal landowners, state and local government agencies, and other community leaders.  Shared interests encompass the emerging markets for mass timber products, strengthening our wood products infrastructure, wildfire fuels reduction, and employment and economic development in rural communities, and more.

Benefits of Joining

Sign up to receive:

  • Monthly email news (with occasional “breaking news”)
  • Invitations to hybrid meetings.

Monthly content will include:

  • Notice of government funding programs and grants
  • Industry events
  • Legislative news
  • Opportunities to participate in studies and committees
  • Announcements submitted by members (you!)
  • Locations / zoom links for regular WA Forest Products Roundtable meetings


Participation is free. Your contact information will not be shared.

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  • Wood products –lumber, common and composite wood materials
  • Wood products – pulp, paper, packaging
  • Mass timber & The PNW Mass Timber Tech Hub
  • Wood biomass utilization
  • Bioenergy production
  • Sustainable forest practices

Help us make this a productive, effective network!

Funded by the USDA Forest Service

The Washington Forest Products Roundtable receives support from the USDA Forest Service.

In accordance with Federal law and U.S. Department of Agriculture policy, this institution is prohibited from discriminating on the basis of race, color, national origin, sex, age or disability.

How to file a complaint with USDA

If you believe you experienced discrimination when participating in a program that receives financial assistance from USDA, you may file a complaint with USDA. To file a program discrimination complaint, use this complaint form or send a detailed email to or mail a detailed letter to USDA, Director, Office of Civil Rights, Room 326-W, Whitten Building, 1400 Independence Avenue, SW, Washington, D.C. 20250-9410

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