- Sign up for our email alerts through the Family Forest Action Network and stay up-to-date on policy issues that impact family-owned forests.
- Meet with your elected officials, both state and federal. (Tips for communicating with elected officials.)
- Attend an event. Elected officials often host townhall meetings.
- Write an article for your local paper.
- Stay engaged by writing letters and making calls. The Family Forest Action Network helps to provide you the background information you need.
- Give recognition—invite your officials to an event or meeting.
- Thank your lawmakers, when they act in support of your issues.
Top Five Reasons You Should be an Advocate
- You can make a difference and…together we can make a bigger difference.
- Laws can be changed or improved.
- Policy makers need your expertise on forest issues.
- Defense is needed too. If you’re not at the table you’re on the table.
- You have a story to share.
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