Zoom meeting with presentations by Ken Nygren and Jim James, + Open Floor for membership input and Member Recognition! Meeting: Will be held Virtual Registration Link: https://us02web.zoom.us/meeting/register/tZYldeChqzgvEt3LED4qBCYV5w6_sfz-ceM4 Date: Wednesday, 20 January 2021 Time: Meeting begins at 6:30 pm and is expected to end by 7:45pm Download Flyer:
Although we can’t meet in person, we will have a virtual meeting to get reacquainted, share a virtual beverage of choice, take care of annual organizational business, hear Jim James’ Last Annual OSWA Update prior to another semi-retirement, get the Log Report from Van Decker, and listen to a timely presentation on the Labor Day […]
Yamhill County Small Woodlands Association invites you to participate in a free woods tour video on Saturday, December 5, 2020 at 8:00 am with your Yamhill County neighbors, LeLand Payne and daughter Nicole Wood. Leland Payne was Yamhill County’s 2019 Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year. He is the third-generation owner of forestland. He was […]
May 2020 Oregon Family Forest Newsletter A new edition of OSWA’s seasonal newsletter is available! Topics include how OSWA and OTFS are operating with Coronavirus challenges, news about fundraising and support of ONREF!, messages from OSWA members and leader and much more! Read the Newsletter See Archived Newslettes
Marion Polk Summer 2020 Newsletter Marion/Polk Small Woodland’s chapter has published their Summer 2020 newsletter. You can find it on the Marion Polk OSWA page.
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OSWA’s line of custom products has returned! We have a new flyer going out to members with a selection of our favorite OSWA merchandise. Click on an image to enlarge the flyer page. For more information and details on ordering, please contact Bill Bowling in Linn County Bill Bowling <email@example.com
April 4, 2020: Tree School at Pleasant Hill High School! For more information, contact Lauren.Grand@oregonstate.edu or LaneCountySWA@gmail.com.
March 24, 2020: Hands-on workshop on using MCH to protect Douglas fir from bark beetles. Presented by Christine Buhl, ODF Entomologist, on the Cafferata Family Forest. Contact Steve & Wylda Cafferata for details at firstname.lastname@example.org