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NEXT EVENT

Annual General Meeting
Date TBD - April 2022


After holding a successful Fall Field Day, we hope to hold a
combined AGM/White Pine Award meeting in April.

 Watch the Events - White Pine page for details. 

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WELCOME TO HURONIA WOODLAND OWNER'S ASSOCIATION

The Huronia Woodland Owners Association (HWOA) is the Simcoe County chapter of the Ontario Woodlot Association (OWA). HWOA was formed in 1971 by an enthusiastic group of landowners and land interest groups who wanted a forum for interested people to promote wise use of forest resources on private land. After more than 50 years of service to our membership our main purpose has not changed. We have a common interest in forestry and the wise long term use of the forest resources including as wildlife habitat, for recreation, and forest products. We encourage anyone interested in our forests to join our membership. HWOA membership is included with your OWA membership.

Attention Private Forest Landowners!
Huronia Forest Co-operative
  • Do you have unmanaged conifer plantations or hardwood lots?

  • Would you like to improve your forest's health by increasing biodiversity, enhancing wildlife habitat and promoting carbon storage?

  • Are you have issues with invasive species like Dog Strangling Vine, Emerald Ash Borer or European Buckthorn?

If you answered Yes to any of these questions, you may be interested in joining the Huronia Community Forest Owners' Co-operative.

For more information click on this link to our Member Events page.

Volunteer Opportunities

Great events require great volunteers! Please consider volunteering your time as a board director or to help with one of our yearly events (Field Day, White Pine Award, Scholarship selection).

 

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TOP 5 REASONS TO JOIN

1

Learn more about forest management practices.

2

Support the forestry advocacy efforts of Ontario Woodlot Association.

3

Meet fellow woodlot owners from Simcoe County.

4

Access extensive forestry information available to Ontario Woodlot Association members via their website, social media and print productions.

5

Participate in social/educational events (including the Forest Health Meeting and Fall Field Day).
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