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Lane County Small Woodlands Association is a connecting link for small woodland owners throughout the county, deepening neighbor-to-neighbor bonds, sharing knowledge and experiences, frustrations and successes, and forging new and lasting friendships along the way.
From neighbor-to-neighbor tours to seedling sales, hands-on workshops to casual conversations, LCSWA provides opportunities for landowners of all levels of experience and size of property to come together, learn new things, ask questions, get support and find help.
We’re never too experienced to learn something new! From individuals to agencies, classes to book clubs, YouTube channels to websites, there are resources out there to help newcomers and seasoned landowners alike navigate the highs and lows of woodland ownership.
Oregon's Forest Practice Rules provide guidelines for forest landowners of all sizes. These Rules are regularly updated to ensure resilient forests, healthy watersheds, abundant wildlife, and a vibrant forest sector for today and the future. Learn more about the latest updates.
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