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Member Benefits

| Regular Members | Limited Participation Regular Members |
| Associate Members | Individual Members |

Regular Members

Regular Members of the AFA are businesses or individuals whose principal activity is in the forest products industry or who have substantial ownership in forest lands.

As a Regular Member your company is eligible for:

· Full voting rights
· Able to serve on any committee(s)
· Participation in AFA meetings and Board of Directors meetings
     o meet suppliers, managers, and other industry leaders
     o be active on AFA Board and/or committee(s)
     o sponsor and participate in social events
· Listed in the annual AFA Membership Roster with:
     o company description
     o key contact(s)
     o email and internet sites
     o address, phone & fax
· Listed on AFA's web site
     
o company may be linked on link page and/or member pages
     o representatives & emails can be linked
     o Membership information of active companies
· Reduced fees for participation in the Alaska Sustainable Forestry Initiative (SFI) program
· Participation in the following programs:

Tongass Timber Trust (TTT) - Group Health Insurance

TTT is a non-profit subsidiary of AFA offering a major health insurance plan to regular Association members. The plan provides life insurance, accidental death and dismemberment, medical, dental and vision coverage's for members, their employees and dependents. Eligibility, rate and benefit requirements are available from the AFA office.

Alaska Loggers Retirement Plan - Pension Plan

Alaska Forest Association offers a comprehensive retirement plan to its regular member and their employees. To qualify for this plan, an employer must include all of his employees. The plan benefits are comparable to other forest industry plans and are cost competitive with other retirement plans. Specific eligibility, rate and benefit requirements are available from the AFA office.

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Members

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Limited Participation Regular Members

Limited Participation Regular Members of AFA are businesses or individuals whose principal activity is in the forest products industry and which employ no more than seven full time employees at any time during the year.

As a Limited Participation Regular Member your company is eligible for:

· Full voting rights
· Able to serve on any committee(s)
· Participation in AFA meetings and Board of Directors meetings
     o meet suppliers, managers, and other industry leaders
     o be active on AFA Board and/or committee(s)
     o sponsor and participate in social events
· Listed in the annual AFA Membership Roster with:
     o company description
     o key contact(s)
     o email and internet sites
     o address, phone & fax
· Listed on AFA's web site
     o company may be linked on link page and/or member pages
     o representatives & emails can be linked
     o Membership information of active companies
· Members in this category are not eligible to participate in Tongass Timber Trust or in the Alaska Loggers Retirement Plan or Trust. Members maintain the option to upgrade to full participation Regular membership at any time (will be required if you exceed the seven employee limit, regardless of whether or not you want to participate in either Trust).

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Associate Members

As an Associate Member company you are offered the opportunity to introduce you and your representatives to AFA Regular Members in a way that promotes goodwill and a bond that business relationships need in today's marketplace.Your membership - your active participation and your dues - will help promote the success of forest product companies in Alaska.

As an Associate Member, your company is:

· Listed in the annual AFA Membership Roster with:
     o company description
     o key contact(s)
     o email and internet sites
     o address, phone & fax
· Listed on AFA's web site
     o company may be linked on link page and/or member pages
     o representatives & emails can be linked
     o Membership information of active companies
· Participation in Association meetings
     o meet buyers, managers, and industry leaders
     o be active on AFA Board or AFA Associate Member Board
     o sponsor and participate in social events such as the famous Red Suspender Party
· Employee's children are eligible to apply for the Associate Member Scholarship

Associate Membership Roster

Associate Member Board of Directors

Associate History

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Individual Members

Individual members of the Alaska Forest Association play an important role in protecting and fostering the quality of life Alaskans have come to enjoy. By getting involved as an individual member, you can help us get people back into the environmental equation. As part of the AFA team, you can know that you've done your part to help us influence public policy and keep Alaskans working in the woods.

As an individual member you will receive:

· Special mailings (email and/or fax) on hot issues affecting the forest industry.

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