As the month of April draws to a close, the Michigan Forest Products Council joined in the City of East Lansing's annual tre planting celebration by donating over 30 tree seedlings to the event.
"We need to increase out esorts of products made in Michigan," governor Synder states in his opening remarks to Summit attendees.
The Michigan Forest Products Council is proud to reaffirm its commitment to protect, promote, and sustain Michigan’s natural resources in honor of Earth Day. As a part of worldwide observance of Earth Day, here are five ways Michigan’s natural resources affect our daily life in the Great Lakes st
Scott Robbins, Director of SFI &Public Affairs spoke in favor of the hot-button bill on Lansing City Pulse Newsmakers weekly show. Scott Robbins, Director of SFI &Public Affairs spoke in favor of the hot-button bill on Lansing City Pulse Newsmakers weekly show.
Senate passes Senate Bill 78 to boost forest health and access
Legislation proposed by Senator Tom Casperson (R-Escanaba) would offer increased benefits for Michigan citisens and present the opportunity for management of public lands.
Amid Michigan's Iditarod qualifer, leaders in Michigan's fiber products industry lay out common goals to enable job growth for UP residents