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: Publicity
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
If you’re a local, you probably receive the Applegater in your mailbox. In the most recent Autumn Issue, our organization was featured in an article written by our Project Manager, Sarah Parker. Click here to download a PDF of the … 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
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
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