Clackamas County Chapter


Clackamas County Farm Forestry Association

Clackamas County Farm Forestry Association, Inc. (CCFFA), is a chapter of the Oregon Small Woodlands Association (OSWA).

Formed in 1957, CCFFA is a non-profit organization of woodland owners and Christmas tree growers.  We have organized to more effectively promote sound forest management and the interests of forest land owners.

Our activities include educating forest landowners, the public, and policy makers, promoting legislation, and advocating cooperation with all partner agencies.

Chapter President Gary Bush 503-632-3567 gbush@ccffa-oswa.org

Clackamas County Farm Forestry Association

2018 College Scholarships

To further the benefits for our membership, the Clackamas County Farm Forestry Association’s (CCFFA) Board of Directors has established two $1,000.00 college scholarships. A current member of CCFFA must recommend/sponsor an applicant, in writing. The scholarships will be available to graduating high school students and college students through their senior year and are not specific to the student’s county of residence, field of study, college, university, or trade school. Full time enrollment will be required for release of funds.

The scholarship application form will require personal and educational information plus two letters of recommendation, but no financial data. The applicant must also submit a 500-word essay explaining his or her distinguishing qualities, educational and life goals and experiences with their family’s forest activities or those of their CCFFA sponsor.

CCFFA Scholarship Application 2018

This year’s deadline for applications is April 2, 2018

Winners will be notified and introduced at the annual Tree Farm Tour (date to be announced). Submit your application and all supporting documents to:

Clackamas County Farm Forestry Association

Scholarship Committee

P. O. Box 783

Molalla, Oregon 97038


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