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We are 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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More OSWA News
Did you know that for a small fee, existing Oregon Small Woodlands Association members can add additional chapters to their membership? Existing members wishing to add additional chapter memberships, please contact Jeremy Felty at Jeremy@OSWA.Org. Additional chapter memberships are $13 each. We look forward to hearing from any members who are interested in adding additional […]
OSWA End of Session Report 2019 By Roger Beyer The legislative session began on January 14th with Democrats controlling both legislative chambers with super majorities (60% or more) and a democratic governor. The two chambers introduced nearly 1500 bills the first day and then adjourned until January 22nd when the session began in earnest. The […]
By Mike Barsotti and Jim James 2019 OSWA Annual Meeting Summary Benton County Small Woodlands Association Chapter hosted the Oregon Small Woodlands Association’s Annual Meeting June 20th – 21st in conjunction with the 2018 Oregon Tree Farmers of the Year Woods Tour of the Oakes family tree farm on June 22nd. The first day of […]
To read OSWA’s Testimony dated March 1, 2019, please click here. Oregon Small Woodlands Association HB 2020 Recommendationsto Joint Committee on Carbon Reduction Members May 3, 2019 Corrected April 26, 2019 comments Re: HB 2020 Cap & Trade Bill as currently written has many flaws My name is Jim James. I am the Executive Director […]