Incorporated in 1983 to provide representation to a broad cross-section of individuals and business organizations involved in the timber industry, the Lake States Lumber Association’s membership of over 130 members represents 12 states and one Canadian Province. The Association’s primary objective is to assure members and industry of a sustainable forest resource. This objective is achieved by a network of committees and volunteers.
In a joint effort with other organizations including the Timber Producers Association, National Hardwood Lumber Association, and the National Hardwood Council, Lake States Lumber Association actively lobbies state and federal legislatures on pertinent issues affecting our industry.
LSLA’s office is administered by Glacierland Resource Conservation & Development. Please do not hesitate to contact Maryanne Dainsberg with any questions, comments, or concerns you have regarding this site, the workshops/meeting, or the Association itself at:
Lake States Lumber Association
3071 Voyager Drive, Suite E
Green Bay, WI 54311
888/213-2397 (toll free)