The Oregon Small Woodlands Association (OSWA) is a member-based association that represents small woodland owners in Oregon. Our Regular Members own between 1 and 5000 acres of land with trees growing on their property. We also have an Associate Membership for those who do not own woodlands in Oregon, but are interested in the best interests of small woodland owners.
OSWA members are individuals, families, or companies who want to connect and network with other property owners in their county, state, and region.
We provide our members with:
- Opportunities to get together with others with similar interests and to collaborate with others on a variety of common issues
- Resources for current information and technologies
- Representation to the state legislature, state agencies, and state boards and commissions
- Collaboration with sister organizations at the state, regional, and federal level
- A common voice on all issues important to Oregon’s small woodland owners
- Opportunities to participate in developing forest carbon markets, should they decide to do so.
For more information about our Member Benefits, and learn about what OSWA has to offer, follow these links:
If you have other questions, feel free to Contact Us.