Impact of state programs and regulation on small forest landowners

Saturday, May 1, 2021 - 9:00am to 12:00pm

Online via Go-To-Meeting


In 2019, the Washington legislature authorized a study by the University of Washington to assess the impacts of state programs and regulations on small forest landowners. It is now available online, with more than 400 pages, plus online charts and tables.  To make it easier to digest, we have arranged to have a landowner focused presentation for you on Saturday May 1st from 9 – 12 noon via our online video platform Go-To-Meeting.  

We kick off with presentations by 3 UW scientists with opportunities for questions and answers after their remarks. After the presentations WFFA leaders will host an ‘open mic’, similar to the recent WSU Extension Winter School Landowner Roundtable, to discuss the findings and how they interact with our strategies moving forward.  While it’s not the same as our regular WFFA annual business meeting, it will serve a similar purpose in that it provides educational insights and an opportunity to have your voice heard within your organization. 

All are welcome to attend. 

Speakers and specific sessions are:

  • Luke Rogers – What does the land ownership data tell us? Results from the geophysical analysis.
  • Brian Danley – What do landowners really care about? Results from the social science surveys.
  • Sergey Rabotyagov – Putting it all together; Policy and Program recommendations to help keep SFLO whole.

The meeting will be held on the Go-To-Meeting platform.  Here is the link:

Impact of state programs and regulations on small forest landowners
Sat, May 1, 2021 8:30 AM - 12:30 PM (PDT) 

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