Forest Resources Association - Northeastern Division


Forest Resources Association - Northeastern Division

Formerly (2000) known as the American Pulpwood Association - Northeastern Division. FRA-NE's purpose is to promote the interests of the forest products industry members, and aide the economical, efficient and sustainable use of forest resources to meet the needs of the wood fiber supply chain. Membership: $440-1,00,000 (Industry Supplier/Industry Consumer/Independent Sawmill/Chipmill/Associate/Land Management Organization); $100-1,490 (Non-Voting "Information Only" Members).

Organization Type:
State or Regional Association
Acronym:
FRA-NE
Tax Exempt Status:
501(c)(6)
Industry:
Paper And Wood Products Industry, Wood & Wood Products
Year Founded:
1934
Address:
63 Federal St.
Suite Five Portland, ME 04101
Telephone:
Staff:
12
Volunteers:
64
Members:
250 individuals


Other Addresses

Address:
35 Skyline Dr., Holden ME 04429
Telephone:
Fax:


Financial Snapshot

 

Total revenues: $1,981,633


Year - 2019
1st-yr growth
-0.16%
 
 
 
 
 
Year by Year
Revenue
 
Program service revenue
 
Total contributions
 
Miscellaneous revenue
 
Other

Total expenses: $1,886,837


Year - 2019
1st-yr growth
-3.79%
 
 
 
 
 
Year by Year
Expenses
 
Compensation for non-officers/directors
 
Other fees
 
Compensation of current officers, directors, etc
 
Other

Total assets: $1,235,228


Year - 2019
1st-yr growth
7.49%
 
 
 
 
 
Year by Year
Assets
 
Savings and temporary cash investments
 
Cash -- non-interest bearing
 
Prepaid expenses or deferred charges
 
Other

Total Liabilities: $312,646


Year - 2019
1st-yr growth
-2.79%
 
 
 
 
 
Year by Year
Liabilities
 
Accounts payable and accrued expenses
 
Deferred revenue
 
Secured mortgages and notes payabl
 
Other

National Affiliation



 
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