Our MissionThe Williams Community Forest Project works to create and promote ecologically maintained forests in the Williams watershed that will serve as a model for future generations and which support the Williams community economically, aesthetically, and socially.
Category Archives: Legislation
Published in the Applegater, Winter 2013: Williams Community Forest Project met with the Josephine County Commissioners in October. We requested that the commissioners directly and publically support programs which benefit the recreation and restoration industries, while conserving our O&C lands … Continue reading
Senator Wyden has released a long-anticipated bill to utilize O&C Forests for more timber production in an attempt to give revenues to the O&C Counties. The following comes from Wyden’s press release in the Oregonian: This might be the best … Continue reading
This morning an Op-Ed written by our Project Manager, Sarah Parker, was featured in the Oregonian and on their online editorial site, The Stump. The piece focused on the Oregon Forest Practices Act and its impact on small communities, using … Continue reading
From the Center for Biological Diversity: While the Center and other conservation, health, food-safety, organic and sustainable-farming groups are working hard to reduce the amount of toxic pesticides entering our waterways, drinking water supplies and wildlife habitats, the chemical industry … Continue reading