For over 60 years the Washington Farm Forestry Association’s motto has stood the test of time, “A crop today, another tomorrow, through good forest management.” And for over 60 years a certain kind of person has joined, participated or provided leadership to this association. They have done so not only because they found a great purpose in owning and managing forestland, but also because they found purpose in serving a cause greater than themselves.
The stories of these individuals show their love for their environment and a lasting organization that brought them together. The interviews of these members were conducted in 2003-2004 and published in 2005. Since then, many of them have passed away, but their stories live on and help us remember those who have helped maintain our Evergreen State’s special character and quality of life.
The following WFFA members are featured in chapters of Stewards of the Land: