ForestryImages.com offers 4,500 color JPEG images of forest
plants, insects, silvicultural practices, invasive organisms, and general
natural scenes. Need a shot of bamboo, wood beetles or redwoods? A resource for people teaching forestry, ecology, or similar topics. This is a joint venture by the US Forest Service and the University
The Wood and Paper Science Department, in the College of Natural Resources at the University of Minnesota, conducts teaching, research, and extension programs in the areas of forest products and wood and paper science and engineering. The department is located in St. Paul.
AF&PA is a large U.S. trade association, actively engaged in public relations, lobbying, and promotion of the forest products industries. It was once called the American Paper Institute. Their attractive site is informative and interesting.
The society is in Madison, Wisconsin. It is a "non-profit organization promoting technical information transfer to further the socially beneficial use of wood and fiber resources." They publish the Forest Products Journal.
It's not forest products per se, but it's vital for chemical engineers. This useful site provides information on upcoming meetings - including many extended abstracts online - as well as info on other divisions, AIChE activities, etc.