2017 Annual Meeting
Tree Farmers Do It All - Wood, Water, Recreation and Wildlife
The Upper Puget Sound Chapter of WFFA will be hosting our 2017 Annual Meeting on May 4-6. The Hilton Garden Inn in Bothell will be the location of our meeting and the Crystal Lake Tree Farm in Woodinville will be the site of our Saturday field tour. Read all the details in our upcoming March 2017 Landowner News and look for your registration brochure to be emailed or mailed to you soon! Please note that if your membership account has an email linked to it, you will ONLY be receiving your Annual Meeting Registration Brochure via email. We save on cost by only mailing paper copies to our members who do not have an email account. We look forward to seeing you in May!
The 2017 Steven D. Stinson Leadership in Natural Resources Scholarship Announcement provides all the details of this opportunity for college students majoring in Natural Resources and Ag-Forestry Leadership Program applicants. The submittal due date is February 20, 2017.
Trail Building 101
Ed Styskel, member of our Northeast Washington Chapter, has prepared a wonderful guide on a variety of aspects to consider when planning, designing and building trails on your Tree Farm. Ed shares Part 1: Trail Planning and Design of his series.
Heather Hansen, our WFFA Government Relations Consultant, has prepared the attached WFFA Legislative Update. Upcoming hearings and bills that are of important to our members are detailed. If you have questions, please contact Heather at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Springtime Seedling Sales
It’s time for Spring seedling planting. Join your WFFA members at one of our Chapters’ seedling sales in March. Review our calendar for the dates and locations closest to you and be sure to read Eric Koenig’s article “Spring Means Planting Season” in our upcoming March edition of the Landowner News.
Please enjoy these Timber Clips informative links prepared by Cindy Mitchell and our friends at WFPA.