WOSA is a Non-profit Organization

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

  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.

   What Does the Organization Do?

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

   throughout the year.

  Woodland Owners of the 

  Southern Alleghenies



   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.