OSWA Report from Lane County Oregon Small Woodlands Association hosts many community and educational events. We are looking forward to the next opportunity for a tree farm tour! Last August we had the honor of gaining firsthand forestry information from Gordon Culbertson, who with his wife Gail owns the Whitewater Tree Farm in Lane County. […]
Linn County Seedling Sale is a Wrap!
A very successful seedling sale! Buoyed by continued success of the Linn County Small Woodlands Association Seedling Sale, board members have increased scholarship and educational funding commitments for the year. Meeting March 5, directors heard financial results of the February 1 seedling sale. Treasurer Shirley Holmberg reported that profits from the 25th annual event, after […]
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Select Your Membership Type For more information on Membership Types, click here. Welcome, OSWA Member! If you have signed up for an OSWA Membership online before, please login below. If you are not sure if you have an existing username, you can find out by checking here. If you do not have one, you will […]
Become an OSWA Member today! OSWA membership puts you in touch with fascinating people who are continually challenging themselves to become better stewards of the land. No other group makes living and working in the forests of Oregon more enjoyable than OSWA. OSWA members, include many leading experts on forestry, conservation and wildlife. OSWA membership […]
Welcome to OSWA’s Members Area
Our new Members Area is easy to access, and provides vital information about OSWA events and activities. Existing members wishing to add additional chapter memberships, please contact Jeremy Felty at Jeremy@OSWA.Org. Additional chapter memberships are $13 each.
Woodland Tours & Education
Local chapters sponsor field tours, giving members the opportunity to observe and learn from other successful land owners. OSWA also has four to five Howdy Neighbor Tours each year, in partnership with Oregon Forest Resource Institute (OFRI). During these tours participants can: Explore new ways to manage your forest for wildlife, timber, water quality and […]
The Oregon Small Woodlands Association offers several kinds of memberships. The goal is to tailor memberships to individuals and companies based on their need and level of affiliation. Memberships and dues are renewed annually. Regular Membership Regular Memberships are designed for individuals, families or companies that own or manage forestland. It provides full benefits and […]
OSWA Patron Program
The Oregon Small Woodlands Association’s Patron Program offers individuals, companies and organizations an opportunity to provide valuable support for the mission, programs and activities of the Oregon Small Woodlands Association. Family woodland owners are vital to the success of a healthy forest environment and a profitable forest products sector. Becoming an Oregon Small Woodland Association […]
OSWA is 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 Membership with a Local Chapter OSWA has 15 […]