Washington Farm Forestry Association (WFFA) is an organization of small forest land owners.
Our goals are:
- to provide educational programs for our members to help them manage their forest land better;
- to be a voice representing small forest land owners in Olympia;
- to promote fair taxation and regulation on the federal, state, and local government levels so that forest management can continue for generations to come;
- to increase public awareness of family-owned forests.
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Upcoming Chapter Events
- Feb. 10: Olympia - South Sound Chapter - Computer Mapping and GPS, by David Houk. Details.
- Feb. 16: Centralia - Lewis County Chapter - Annual Meeting and Dinner. Presentation on Ag/Forestry International trip to Vietnam by Doug Hooks. Reservations required. Details.
- Feb. 20: Colville - Northeast Chapter - Annual Winter Meeting - Details
- Feb. 26: Battle Ground - Clark County Farm Forestry Association - Annual Winter Potluck and Business Meeting - Details
- Mar. 2: Puyallup - Pierce Chapter - Discussion on Designated Forest Land Tax Status and Landowner Opportunities by Rachel Konrady, King County Conservation District, and Kristi McClelland, King County Water and Land Resources
- Mar. 5: Longview - Cowlitz Chapter - Annual Tree Sale - Details.
- Mar. 19: Whatcom Chapter - Annual Tree Sale - Details.
- Mar. 19: Battle Ground - Clark County Farm Forestry Association - Public Tree Sale - 8 AM until Noon at Albertson's Parking Lot - Details
- March 24: Longview - Cowlitz Chapter - Annual Meeting - Details.
- April 22: Whatcom Chapter - Annual Meeting - Details.
- May 4: Puyallup - Pierce Chapter - Kelsey Ketcheson, Forestry Program Coordinator, South King County, WSU Extension
- May 11: South Sound Chapter - Tour of Wynne Tree Farm
- June 4: - South Sound Chapter - Mini Field Day at Ken & Bonnie Miller's
- June 17 and 18: TBD - WFFA Annual Meeting (June 17) with an Open House Celebration of the 75th Anniversary of the American Tree Farm System's First Certified Tree Farm in North America on the Clemons Tree Farm (June 18)
In Memory of
Sherry served as WFFA State President 2000-2002 and WFFA Policy Coordinator from 2002-2010. Her contributions to the forestry community are numerous and she will be greatly missed.
See her obituary for further details.
A Celebration of Life was held November 21 at The Loft in Chehalis in Sherry's honor.