Georgia’s managed forests are an essential part of the economic and environmental ecosystems of our state. The Georgia Forestry Foundation (GFF) was founded in 1989 to support the long term sustainability of the state’s working forests, which cover nearly two thirds of the land area in the state. Each day, Georgians rely on those forests for their livelihood, it is in the air they breathe, the products they use, and it even has an important role in providing the water they drink. Together we have an opportunity to be stewards of this precious resource, and this opportunity is now.
Board of TrusteesThe Georgia Forestry Foundation is governed by a body of trusted advisors that represent a broad range of forestry and natural resource sectors across the state.
Russell Center for Innovation & Entrepreneurship
Georgia Ports Authority
Dr. Lindsay Boring
Joseph E. Jones Ecological Research Center at Ichauway (Retired)
Black Bluffs Partners & Landowner
COX Enterprises, Inc.
Jim Gillis IV
Dynamic Capital Group/Soperton Naval Stores
AgSouth Farm Credit
The Langdale Company
Immediate Past Chair, GFA Executive Committee
Rhodes Land & Timber
Timberland Investment Resources
Alston & Bird (Retired)
Dr. Bert Way
Kennesaw State University & Landowner
Foundation StaffThe leaders who champion our mission and cultivate partnerships every day.
President & CEO
Communications & Fundraising Coordinator
Education & Outreach Coordinator
Ecosystem Services Program Manager
Vice President of Engagement
Digital Media Specialist
OUR FINANCES AND PROGRESS
The Georgia Forestry Foundation is a 501(c)3 organization that was
incorporated by the State of Georgia in 1989. Learn more about our finances
and progress through the links below.