The mission of the American Forest Foundation is to deliver meaningful conservation impact through the empowerment of family forest owners. Working together, we strive to cultivate the many conservation benefits family-owned forests provide—and demonstrate their value to American communities, companies and landowners alike.
ACF is a national organization that serves independent consulting foresters who manage forests and market forest products for private woodland owners.
Associated Oregon Loggers, Inc. (AOL) is the statewide trade association for logging and forest operator businesses, which is dedicated to providing voice and service to independent forest small businesses working across Oregon.
The Committee for Family Forestlands researches policies impacting family forestland viability, resource protection, and forestry benefits. Based on its findings the Committee recommends actions to the Oregon Board of Forestry and State Forester.
The Keep Oregon Green Association educates the public on how to prevent wildfires. Beginning its efforts in April 1941, after public outcry over the human-caused Tillamook Burns, roughly 250 Oregon leaders came together to form a Keep Oregon Green Association. KOG's mission is to promote healthy landscapes and safe communities by educating the public of everyone's shared responsibility to prevent human-caused wildfires.
The National Woodland Owners Association develops and delivers relevant, research-based, objective, actionable information to inform, educate and advocate for woodland owners, their partners, and stake holders.
NNRG aims to strengthen the ecological and economic vitality of Northwest forests and communities by connecting people with the knowledge, skills, and markets they need to steward their land.
The Oregon Forest Resources Institute supports and enhances Oregon's forest products industry by advancing public understanding of forests, forest management and forest products.
The Oregon Small Woodlands Association is a member-based association that represents small woodland owners in Oregon. Regular Members own between one and 5,000 acres of land with trees growing on their property. OSWA provides many resources to help manage small forests.
The Oregon Society of American Foresters is the largest state affiliate of the national Society. Foresters play a major role in managing Oregon's 30 million acres of forestland. Foresters manage for a rich diversity of forest resources to achieve landowner objectives and meet society's needs and the needs of future generations.
The Oregon State University Extension Service engages the people of Oregon with research-based knowledge and education that strengthen communities and economies, sustain natural resources, and promote healthy families and individuals.
The Oregon Tree Farm System, Inc is a non-profit organization affiliated with the American Tree Farm System and American Forest Foundation. Our purpose is to help family forest landowners manage their lands with the goals of conserving forests, water, and wildlife while promoting natural resources based recreational opportunities.
The Partnership for Forestry Education is a collaboration of state, federal and private organizations to provide educational resources to Oregon's forest landowners, managers and operators.
The Pinchot Institute's mission is to strengthen forest conservation thoughts, policy, and action by developing innovative, practical, and broadly-support solutions to conservation challenges and opportunities. The institute accomplishes this through nonpartisan research, education, and technical assistance on key issues influencing the future of conservation and sustainable natural resource management.
Sustainable Northwest works at the intersection of environment, community, and economy to bring entrepreneurial solutions to natural resources challenges to keep lands healthy and provide economic and community benefits.
The State and Private Forestry (S&PF) organization of the USDA Forest Service reaches across the boundaries of national forests to states, tribes, communities and non-industrial private landowners. S&PF is the federal leader in providing technical and financial assistance to landowners and resource managers to help sustain the nation's forests and grasslands, protect communities from wildland fire and restore fire-adapted ecosystems.