“Forest to Faucet: Streams, Wells and Wetlands and the impacts on Small Forest Landowners”

March 3, 2018

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The northeast chapter of the Washington Farm Forestry Association will host its annual winter meeting beginning at 9 a.m. Forests cover about one-third of the nation’s land area, and although they have roles in timber production, habitat, recreation and wilderness, their most important output may be water. The study also cited the value of watershed councils and citizen groups in getting more people involved in water, stream, and land management issues at a local level, increasing the opportunities for all views to be considered, and conflicts avoided. Check in and continental breakfast begin at 8 a.m. For more information and to register, please call Ann at (509) 596-0931 or at wffa.ne.chapter@gmail.com.

Chewelah Golf and Country Club, 2537 Sand Canyon Road, Chewelah, WA
(509) 935-6807
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