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: Media
An article published in the Eugene Weekly on 3-15-2012 gave an update of the recent activity on the W320… A southern Oregon community’s effort to protect forestland has become a race against the chainsaw. The Williams Community Forest Project (WCFP) … Continue reading
Even if you caught the news in our latest newsletter, a lot of people missed the original article from the Grants Pass Courier with the details on the postponed logging operation on the W320. We’d like to note that while … Continue reading
We’d like to introduce our new logo, an image that is an expression of our core values. The Elements:
The WCFP is pleased to present a new video with footage from the W320 site. Continue reading
A batch of fresh photographs from the Williams 320 site. After weeks of rain the forest is lush and rich, moss everywhere. A lot of the wildflower have died down, but we still came across some dogwoods, Calypso orchids, a … Continue reading
The WCFP’s recent effort to purchase a piece of land and stop a clear cut in the Williams Valley was featured on JPR’s The Jefferson Exchange on Tuesday, May 17. Continue reading