Join the Jackson/Josephine County Chapter of OSWA


Join the Jackson/Josephine
County Chapter of OSWA

If you are not a current member, consider joining the Oregon Small Woodlands Association today. Would you be interested in joining thousands of other small woodland owners to better enhance, manage and protect your woodland investment? Are you interested in learning more about forest management? Do you have management goals and ideas you would like to share with others?

Oregon Small Woodlands Association (OSWA) is a group of forestland owners dedicated to the protection, management and enhancement of Oregon’s forest resources. A non‐profit organization founded in 1967,
OSWA maintains a staffed office in Salem in addition to local chapters and thousands of members spread throughout the state.

Members receive the Update, a statewide newsletter with the latest news impacting family forestlands in Oregon. Northwest Woodlands is a quarterly publication produced in cooperation with OSWA’s affiliated groups In Washington, Idaho and Montana that keeps members informed on regional issues. The OSWA Woodlander E‐Mail is a monthly electronic newsletter coordinated by the state office containing items of immediate interest.

Jackson/Josephine County is one of the state’s 20 local chapters in association with OSWA. Each chapter elects their representative to the board of directors. The Jackson/Josephine Chapter of OSWA has many educational programs an forest tours, open times in conjunction with OSU Forestry Extension. Theses activities are a valuable resource, with neighbors sharing local news, management information and ideas. For a membership application contact:

Oregon Small Woodlands Association

1775 32nd Place NE, Suite C
Salem OR 97303
Phone: (503) 588-1813
Fax: (503) 588-1970


Chapter contact:

Jackson-Josephine Small Woodlands Association

Dennis Morgan, President


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