Throughout the history of WFPA, there have been six executive directors, including the founding president. They all have worked to create relationships and partnerships with many different groups and organizations. From the early days of partnering with state and federal agencies to fight forest fires, to working with stakeholders, such as Native American tribes and environmental groups, WFPA has demonstrated the courage to forge relationships that lead to new ways of thinking, and new opportunities. Here is a look at some key relationships and initiatives that have been formed during the tenures of our executive directors.

Over the years, WFPA has partnered with many different groups and associations to ensure that sustaining working forests, and the values that they provide for all of us, stay on the landscape in Washington State.