Working for Indiana Woodlands
The Indiana Forestry and Woodland Owners Association (IFWOA) is a nonprofit organization with the goal of promoting good stewardship of Indiana woodlands. Today, IFWOA has more than 650 members representing 125,000 acres of forests. IFWOA is an affiliate of the National Woodland Owners Association.
Announcing IFEF Educational Grants: These are competitive grant funds to help educate and inform the public about forests and forest management, with an emphasis this year on young forests. Applications are due by September 13th and awards will be announced in December. Review the announcement or apply for a grant (includes link to online form and […]
The Charles Deam Forest Stewardship award recognizes Indiana woodland owners who have demonstrated exceptional management of their woodlands. Anyone can nominate an Indiana landowner for this award. Self nominations are not accepted. Nominations are due June 15th. Finalists will be recognized at the 2020 Awards banquet November 7 at Clifty Falls State Park in Madison.
All stock for orders has been lifted, processed/packaged and are in coolers at Vallonia or Jasper Pulaski tree nurseries awaiting pickup. All postcards at Vallonia have been sent out informing customers that their order is ready for pickup at their convenience. Jasper-Pulaski customers are also receiving their postcards as normal. Once landowners receive their postcard, they […]
See bills of interest to woodland owners and IFWOA board positions. The Indiana legislature meets from January through March. In the senate, there are three bills of interest to woodland owners (as of January 13, 2020 subject to change): Senate Bill 99 to establish an interim committee hearing on invasive species. IFWOA board supports. Senate […]