WHY Should You Join?
View our Membership Brochure to learn more about our organization and the benefits of joining WFFA, including: learning from fellow landowners and professionals on how to better manage your tree farm; having representation in Olympia to voice your concerns as a small forest landowner; and timely seminars, workshops and meetings to help you achieve your tree farm goals.
Washington Farm Forestry Association is an organization of small forest land owners who love to grow trees! Members consider themselves to be “Stewards of the Land” because they actively manage their forest land to enhance wildlife habitat, improve forest health, provide clean water, and sustainably grow and harvest timber. A few members own enough land to completely support their families, but most members own small parcels which they nurture for many years and may never be harvested in their lifetime. They are committed to manage their property because they love trees and the accompanying benefits that are part of a forest.
By joining, you will meet like-minded individuals who are anxious to share their knowledge and love of the land. You will have opportunities to attend educational events that will help you manage your forest better.
Your dues and contributions will allow WFFA staff and volunteers to be a voice representing small forest land owners in Olympia and to promote fair taxation and regulation so that private family forests can continue for generations to come.
WHO May Join?
Any owner of forest land or any person employed or interested in forestry can join.
HOW to Join
Go to the Membership Renewal Help page for information
Membership may be individual or may include a spouse.
Dues are based on the number of forested acres owned:
Dues include membership in Washington Farm Forestry Association and one Chapter. You may join additional chapters for $10 each. Some chapters cover a single county and others cover multiple counties.
The chapters are:
|Clark County||Lewis County||Pacific||Upper Puget Sound|
|Cowlitz County||Mt. Adams||Pierce||Whatcom County|
|Grays Harbor County||Northeast Washington||South Sound|