Master Woodland Managers

MWMs are qualified small family forest land owners (small woodland owners) who receive specialized training by OSU Forestry Extension to be effective volunteers and community leaders. Training in the MWM program includes approximately 80 hours of instruction in subject areas that range from management planning, ecology, and forest inventory methods, as well as, in-kind volunteer service through various activities.

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One of the most important functions of an MWM is to assist neighbors with basic forestry planning and decision-making processes, offering guidance and pointing them to local sources of assistance.