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: W320
Although logging has begun on the W320, we are remaining hopeful that we can raise the funds to purchase the property and create a community forest. Our 501(c)3 non-profit status allows individuals to benefit from a tax deduction by purchasing … 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
320 Acres may seem small in a region boasting thousands upon thousands of acres in forest. Satellite imaging allows us to gain some perspective on how big the W320 site really is. Continue reading
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 landowner of the 320 acres, has countered our offer asking $1.5 Million to be paid in 60 days. We are starting a major fund raising campaign to save this land from a devastating clear cut and need your help. … Continue reading