In order to best direct our efforts, the Timber Framers Guild works through a set of councils and committees. Guild members can join any of these groups in support of Guild initiatives.
Assists staff in an advisory and work sharing capacity for the development of cohesive, comprehensive strategy and actions across all platforms of outreach and communication used by the TFG.
Community Building Committee
Generates appreciation and understanding of how shared building efforts enrich lives through successful projects.
Records the function and process of the Executive Committee; comprised of the president, vice president, treasurer, clerk, and past-president.
Provides financial oversight for the organization.
Develops, recommends, and reviews policies of the TFG Board of Directors; solicits candidates for the TFG Board of Directors; assures the sustainable best-practice operation of the TFG within the context of the Guild's mission, vision, and values.
Assists and supports staff in increasing individual membership, member participation, and membership value.
If you would like to join a committee, please contact any of our Board of Directors
Interest Group Councils
Apprentice Training Program (ATP)
Administers the formal program (certified by the U.S. Dept. of Labor) to train timber framers, through an apprentice–journeyworker system. Curtis Milton is the contact.
TFG Companies (Guild Companies)
The business arm of the Guild. Provides tools to help run a business, and offers potential clients a way to find timber framers and other suppliers. Jeff Arvin is the contact.