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.
Annual Meeting information now available: November 7-8 at Turkey Run State Park
Thousand Cankers found in IN: See the TCD press release (June 2014) and links to more information. Read a transcript of a conference call about the TCD announcement and Q and A.
Follow Us on Twitter: @IFWOA via www.twitter.com.
Pay 2014 Dues Now: Current members can pay their 2014 dues online using a credit card through Paypal. Or pay your dues by check via mail by sending in the membership renewal form along with your check made out to "IFWOA" to: IFWOA, 1007 North 725 West, West Lafayette, IN 47906-9431.
Find a Forester: IFWOA publishes an online and printed directory of professional foresters in Indiana. See the interactive directory or download a copy at www.findindianaforester.org. Call the IFWOA office at 765-583-3501 if you need multiple copies of the directory.
The National Timber Tax Website is ready to help with 2013 taxes. It was developed to be used by timberland owners, as well as a reference for accountants, attorneys, consulting foresters and other professionals who work with timberland owners regarding the tax treatment of timber related activities. Find information for your taxes and answers to your questions.
Don't Move Firewood: See www.dontmovefirewood.org for information on the hazards of carrying invasive pests in firewood. Indiana's firewood rules are posted at http://firewood.dnr.in.gov.
"Indiana Expeditions: Forests At Work": Indiana Forestry is featured in a PBS special. The hour-long episode examines the social, ecological and economic importance of Indiana’s forests. IFWOA past president Robert Woodling was one of many friends of IFWOA on the show. A 15 minute abridged version of the show can be viewed from: http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=XyBHQ_kFDcc. Click here to order a copy of the DVD for $10.