Oregon Small Woodlands Association

Oregon Small Woodlands Association

An organization made up of Oregon small woodland owners who practice and believe in:

  • The strength of peer to peer communication between landowners
  • The strength of a unified effort to address legislative and regulatory challenges
  • The strength of partnerships in addressing and solving common problems

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OSWA News & Events

  • 2017 OSWA Annual Meeting, Workshop & Luncheon
    EMPHASIZING THE “FAMILY” OF FAMILY FOREST LANDOWNERS Connecting families and the tree farm Time: 9:00 – 11:00 a.m. Place: The Rediscovery Forest in the Oregon Garden Focus: Families are invited to participate in three 30-minute concurrent sessions in the Rediscovery Forest. 1. How to determine density management with Mike Cloughesy, OFRI, and Stephen Fitzgerald, OSU […]
  • Benton & Polk Counties 2017 Tree Farmer of the Year
    Benton & Polk Counties invite you to join Dave Hibbs and Sarah Karr on their Cedar Spring Tree Farm. Their management over 20 years has focused on mixed species and wildlife considerations. See their unique water collection system and mineral springs. Time: 8:30am to 1:00pm. A picnic is to follow back at Adair Park ($5) Place: […]
  • Nine Nominated for 2017 Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year
    Nine Oregon Tree Farm System (OTFS) members have been nominated for 2017 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year. Inspectors are visiting these nominees this summer and the selection of Oregon’s 2017 Outstanding Tree Farmers of the Year will be made at the OTFS Annual Meeting on Saturday, October 21st at the Oregon Garden in Silverton. […]
  • Marion-Polk Chapter Newsletter Available – Summer/Fall 2017
    OSWA’s Marion-Polk Chapter has just published a new newsletter! Read here to keep up to date with all the important news, events and local information for Summer/Fall 2017!

Water Quality Issues in Oregon

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NEW Section Added!
Supporting Research & Recommended Reading

The Oregon Board of Forestry is in a Rulemaking Process to evaluate riparian protections on small and medium fish bearing streams.

OSWA is actively engaged in this process emphasizing the use of science and common sense to determine what regulations are needed to protect the beneficial uses of forest streams.

To get involved, or find out more...

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Mailing Address

Oregon Small Woodlands Association
187 High Street NE, Suite 208
Salem, OR 97301

Telephone & Fax

 (503) 588-1813
 (503) 588-1970