Oregon Woodland Co-op Producer Profiles

Every Co-op member family has a unique story to tell about their how their long-term, in some cases multi-generational, stewardship of their land has helped not only healthy forests but healthy families as well. Read their stories to learn more about some of the people who are the Oregon Woodland Cooperative.

Rip City Firewood

Rip City Firewood

Howell Tree Farm

Howell Tree Farm

Schroeder - O'Neil

Schroeder - O'Neil

Ridgeback Tree Farm

Ridgeback Tree Farm

Zena Forest

Zena Forest

Arbor House

Arbor House

Cedar Row Farm

Cedar Row Farm

Salle & Udell

Salle & Udell

Purinton Tree Farm

Purinton Tree Farm

Camp Scratch

Camp Scratch

Skyline Ranch

Skyline Ranch

Become an OWC Member

OWC members own and manage family forestland in Oregon. They agree to uphold the shared values of the OWC and want to be active participants in its programs. If you are a family forestland owner in Oregon, we invite you to consider becoming a Co-op Member. Individuals who do not own woodland in Oregon, but are interested in working with OWC, can join as Working Partners