Members are the heart of Vermont Woodlands Association. Your membership supports everything we do, from walks in the woods to following policy issues in Vermont and beyond. Support our work to promote healthy forests while also receiving great member benefits! Plus, your membership is 100% tax deductible!
Landowner and Managers
- up to 100 acres- $40
- 101-200 acres – $50
- 201-500 acres – $60
- 501-1,000 acres – $70
- 1,001-5,000 acres – $100
- Over 5,000 acres – $250
Natural Resource Professionals
- Firms & Crews – $100
- Affilate Member Company – $75; please contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org for a list of affiltae organizations
You may also join or renew by phone at 802-747-7900, or print this form and complete your transaction by mail.
Benefits of Being a Member
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“I joined VWA to learn about and support good stewardship of Vermont woodlands, both for timber and habitat. As the owner of 41 acres of land in southern Vermont, with 35 acres forested, my goal is to provide good quality habitat for native mammals, birds and amphibians while also managing the forest for timber. The Vermont Woodlands Association and the VT Tree Farm Program, and the Woods Wildlife and Warblers programs that they sponsor, have been valuable in networking with forestry professionals, providing workshops to identify and manage invasive species, and sponsoring educational “Walks in the Woods” with foresters and loggers.”
“When I purchase my first farm and woodlot in 1980, I had many offers from loggers to harvest my timber for fifteen years. I had little forestry knowledge and wanted to do the right thing. So incorrectly thinking that it was the best thing, I did nothing. In the mid 90’s, I hired my consulting forester, Ross Morgan to help out. He suggested that I become a Tree Farmer and join the Vermont Woodlands Association. Ross and the Vermont Woodlands Association programs and its helpful members turned out to be the perfect prescription for my woodlots with regard to wildlife, aesthetics, timber, recreation and water. I would recommend a membership in the Vermont Woodlands Association to anyone with any size woodlot as an inexpensive but valuable investment in their woodlot and keeping Vermont Green.”