The forest & woodland association of missouri
The Forest & Woodland Association of Missouri was founded in 2011 as a public advocacy voice for these privately owned woodlands, to promote healthy, productive and sustainable forests and trees. We are advocates, conservationists, educators and woodland owners, working together to promote healthy, productive and sustainable forests and trees. Our membership includes residents from all walks of life -- both woodland owners and non-owners, city and rural dwellers, tree farmers, loggers, conservationists, educators -- anyone who cares about the health of Missouri's forests and woodlands, and wants to assure those lands receive the care and support they need.
FWAM is also the administrator for the Missouri Tree Farm System. Many of our members are part of both organizations, recognizing the need to broaden the reach of the MTFS and include the greater population of Missouri, if we're to truly have the strength of one united voice on behalf of the state's woodlands.