What Does the Organization Do?

   WOSA organizes a one-day annual conference, forest walks, and seminars on forest-related topics

   throughout the year.



   WOSA membership is open to everyone interested in the sustainability of private woodlands.

   Annual membership runs from January to December.

   Forest landowners may join for: 

  • $15 for a single family membership or

  • $20 for a family membership  

   Associate memberships (non-voting members) are for those who do not own forestland, but

   want to support the goals of WOSA ($15)

   Sponsor Membership (non-voting member) is $50 and includes recognition at our events.

  What is WOSA?

   The Woodland Owners of the Southern Alleghenies (WOSA) is a group of people interested in the

   methods and benefits of sound forest stewardship practices of privately owned woodlands.

  • we invite professionals to share their expertise with us at our outings, the annual conference and annual banquet.
  • we conduct tours of both private and public woodlands to observe and learn about "hands-on" woodland stewardship practices.
  • we share our experiences, out ideas and our best practices.

   WOSA is a Non-profit Organization

   WOSA received 501 (c)(3) status from the IRS. WOSA is considered to be a public charity.

  Woodland Owners of the 

  Southern Alleghenies