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Join Forestry Conservation Communications Association members from across the country, and use this site as your portal to the benefits of networking and tools to enhance your ability to manage your frequency communications needs.

Full Membership

Eligibility for full membership in the corporation shall be employment by or retirement from an agency represented within the National Association of State Foresters (NASF), or the Association of Fish and Wildlife Agencies (AFWA) and the payment of current dues (if dues are required). Full members shall have voting rights and participate in all activities and privileges of the corporation. The only exception to this is retired members who no longer represent a parent member organization. Retired members have no voting rights at annual meetings.

Associate Membership

Eligibility for Associate membership shall be employment by a conservation agency not represented by NASF or AFWA, but which must use radio frequencies licensed by Forestry Conservation Communications Association or the Interagency Radio Advisory Committee (IRAC) which are used for natural resource conservation purposes and the payment of current dues(if dues are required). Associate members can participate in all activities and privileges of the corporation except they shall not have voting rights.

Supporting Membership

Supporting members shall be individuals involved in radio communications in forestry conservation activities who support the aims and purposes of the corporation and the payment of current dues (if dues are required). Supporting members shall be non-voting members. It is easy and free. Print out the application forms and mail or fax them to:

Forestry Conservation Communications Association

424 E Middle Street – Rear Unit
Gettysburg, PA, 17325
Toll-Free: (844) 458-0298
Fax: (717) 778-4237

When you join FCCA, your membership gives you a networking opportunity, educational opportunities, software and technical tools and a growing group of advocates that will ensure stability in the Frequency Coordination community.

Contact us today to join Forestry Conservation Communications Association members from across the nation. We proudly serve forestry agencies, first responders, and local governments across the nation.