U.S. government on illegal logging.
Summary of Lacey Act from APHIS.
The Lacey Act is a 1900 United States law that bans trafficking in illegal wildlife. In 2008, the Act was amended to include plants and plant products such as timber and paper. The landmark legislation entered into effect in May 2008 and was the world’s first ban on trade in illegally sourced wood products.
A summary of the final dispensation of the Gibson Guitar cases.
This four-page document offers a useful set of answers to frequent misconceptions about the requirements of the Lacey Act.
A useful guide to the Lacey Act, in user-friendly language and FAQ format.
A look back on significant achievements of 2010.