Next meeting: Tuesday, March 21, 2017
What: How Many Trees Should I Plant?
Who: Bryon Loucks
Where: Lewis County Courthouse Basement Conference Room, 351 NW North St., Chehalis. Use west entrance.
For more information, see the newsletter.
Apri 18: Cross-laminated Timber, by Mike Warjone
May 16: Forestry in Germany, by Tammie Perreault
June 20: Twilight Tour - Michelle (Blake) Morgan
July 18: Twilight Tour & Picnic - Sam Madsen
August 15: Twilight Tour - Chuck Higgins
At the February 21st Annual Meeting and Dinner, Michelle (Blake) Morgan was named 2017 Lewis County Tree Farmer of the Year. Devon Powell and Luke Moerke were elected to fill the vacant positions of Vice President and Secretary and Rick Kuykendall and Chuck Higgins were re-elected to their board positions.
In November 2016, 90 people attended the Awards Banquet at the Veterans Memorial Museum, bought raffle tickets as a fund-raiser for the chapter, and recognized three members for their good stewardship of the land.
Ron Schuttie for Christmas trees
John Henrikson for Innovative Forestry
Paul Hayes for his service in the early years of Lewis County Farm Forestry Association. To view the presentation that was given, click here.
Bill Logan, the 2015 Lewis County Tree Farmer of the Year, was nominated for 2016 Washington State Tree Farmer of the Year. That title was given to another nominee, but a video of his tree farm was prepared and can be viewed here.
The Lewis County Farm Forestry Association meets on the 3rd Tuesday of each month, except December.
Educational meetings are held in the Lewis County Courthouse basement conference room in January, March, April, May, and October at 7 p.m.
Twilight tours are held in June, July, August and September at 6:30 p.m.
Two dinner meetings are held at other locations: the Awards Banquet in November and the Annual Meeting in February.
For further information contact the President at firstname.lastname@example.org