Do you own woodlands?
Would you like to manage those woodlands with an eye for wildlife?
The Woodland Fish and Wildlife Project is a cooperative effort between state and federal agencies and universities to provide information on fish and wildlife management to private woodland owners and managers.
Organizations involved in this project have cooperatively produced publications that serve as practical guides to woodland owners.
The Woodland Fish and Wildlife Group consists of:
APHIS, National Wildlife Research Center
Oregon Association of Conservation Districts
Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife
Oregon Department of Forestry
Oregon Forest Resources Institute
Oregon Small Woodlands Association
Oregon State University Extension Service
University of Washington College of Forest Resources
US Fish and Wildlife Service
USDA Forest Service
USDA Natural Resource Conservation Service
Washington Association of Conservation Districts
Washington Department of Fish and Wildlife
Washington Farm Forestry Association
Washington State Department of Natural Resources
Washington State University Cooperative Extension
Western Forestry Conservation Association
World Forestry Center