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AFRCAir Force Reserve Command (formerly AFRES)
AFRCArmed Forces Revolutionary Council (Sierra Leone)
AFRCAssociation Française de la Relation Client (French: French Association of Customer Relations)
AFRCArmed Forces Reserve Center
AFRCAmerican Forest Resource Council (Portland, OR)
AFRCAgricultural and Food Research Council (United Kingdom)
AFRCArmed Forces Recreation Centers
AFRCAshtown Food Research Centre (Ireland)
AFRCAirman & Family Readiness Center
AFRCAlbion Fisheries Research Centre (Mauritius)
AFRCAir-Fuel Ratio Control (Caterpillar)
AFRCAdvanced Forming Research Centre (University of Strathclyde; UK)
AFRCAir Force Reserve Component
AFRCAssociation Française de Recherches Cryptozoologiques (French: French Association for Cryptozoology Research; est. 1999)
AFRCAustralian Fenestration Rating Council
AFRCAll France Rugby Club (Japan; est. 1987)
AFRCArmed Forces Reconstitution Committee (Pakistan)
AFRCArmed Forces Reserve Command
AFRCAmerican Financial Research Corporation (USA)
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Travis Joseph, a native of the Eugene/Springfield area, is CEO of the American Forest Resource Council in Portland.
"With the limited funds, I think it's more important to do the analysis on the ground level instead of some ivory tower planning exercise," says Chris West of the American Forest Resource Council, an industry group.
Chris West of the American Forest Resource Council points out that another federally employed biologist had been caught planting lynx hair samples in the Oregon Cascades.
(The Register- Guard's editorial says Wyden supports 450 million board feet per year, a numerical untruth advanced by the American Forest Resource Council).
But according to Chris West of the American Forest Resource Council, another federally employed biologist was caught planting lynx hair samples in the Oregon Cascades.
Peter DeFazio until recently becoming chief executive of American Forest Resource Council, a lobbying organization representing timber companies that purchase public trees.
Travis Joseph grew up in Springfield and is president and CEO of the Portland-based American Forest Resource Council.
Tom Partin, president of the American Forest Resource Council, a timber industry group, hadn't seen the latest ruling but said he was disappointed to hear of the outcome.
The American Forest Resource Council, a timber industry group that has sued the BLM over its current management plan, hasn't weighed in yet on either the one-trust or the two-trust ideas, said AFRC President Tom Partin.
"The spotted owl will not recover unless decisive action is taken to control the barred owl," American Forest Resource Council President Tom Partin said.
The American Forest Resource Council - along with timber firms Seneca Jones, Starfire Lumber and five other logging firms or mills - filed the complaint in U.S.
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