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The North American Forest Commission (NAFC) is one of six regional forestry commissions of the Food and Agriculture Organization of the United Nations (FAO). NAFC provides a policy and technical forum for Canada, Mexico and the United States to discuss and address forest issues throughout North America. Since Canada, Mexico and the United States contain a mix of boreal, temperate and tropical ecosystems, the results of the commission’s work can be applied more broadly to assist other countries and regions facing similar conditions.

NAFC was established in 1958.