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We are families. We are individuals. We are community members — participants and practitioners. We are woodland owners.

The National Woodland Owners Association understands, assists, and joins together people who are stewards of wooded lands and care deeply about the future of forests, forestry and land use.

Our staff and Board are passionate woodland owners and foresters dedicated to the health, maintenance and sustainability of all forests, but we need your help. Join the National Woodland Owners Association and help us shape the future landscape in the best way woodland owners can. Together.

The National Woodland Owners Association (NWOA) is a 501(c)(3) organization and is exempt from Federal income taxes under Section 501 (c)(3) of the Internal Revenue Code. NWOA is a publicly supported non-profit organization established to conduct charitable, educational, research and scientific programs aimed at the responsible use and conservation of renewable resources.

Membership dues are tax deductible as a business expense, depending on how forestry income is reported. Cash donations are fully deductible as a charitable contribution. For tax purposes NWOA sends a written confirmation of all donations for the previous year in January.

Resources By State
Contact Your Local NWOA Representative:

New England Region, newengland@nwoa.net

Mid-Atlantic Region, midatlantic@nwoa.net

Ohio Valley Region, ohiovalley@nwoa.net

Mid-South Region, midsouth@nwoa.net

Southeast Region, southeast@nwoa.net

North Central Region, northcentral@nwoa.net

South Central Region, southcentral@nwoa.net

Rocky Mountain Region, rockymountain@nwoa.net

Northwest Region, northwest@nwoa.net

Southwest Region, southwest@nwoa.net