Our nation’s community of family forest owners continues to face large-scale challenges associated with the pandemic and climate-related natural disasters. Despite these obstacles, we remain determined in our efforts to advocate for the needs of America’s landowners and forests. As we continue to adapt to the constraints of the pandemic, AFF hosted its first virtual Capitol Hill Fly-In. With this novel format, AFF’s 2021 Fly-In was its largest yet, hosting 114 meetings with a total of 102 attendees. The increased number of meetings granted attendees more opportunities to advocate for legislation vital to the future of our forests, including the Rural Forests Markets Act, the Outdoor Restoration Partnership Act, and the Disaster Reforestation Act.