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Established in 1975, Forest Landowners of California is the only private nonprofit corporation representing your forest all 30,000 non-industrial family forest owners. Our members own property throughout the state ranging from small five-acre parcels to large ranches. What unites us is our love for our land and our commitment to promoting, preserving and protecting this precious resource.

Annual Meeting Photo Gallery

2018 - Annual Meeting -
2017 - Annual Meeting - April 28-29

Field Day Photo Gallery

Phillips Brothers Mill - July 15
Fort Mountain Ranch - August 19
Parker Ten Mile Ranch - October 7

Pest Conditions Reports

2017 Report
2016 Report
Previous Reports

Tree Mortality Task Force Updates


Calendar of Events

February 5, 2018

The Legislature has been in session for approximately one month and has dealt primarily with bills carried over from the 2017…


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Good News -- Exemptions and NTMPs

CAL FIRE has reversed its policy change regarding the acceptance of exemptions for NTMPs. Please refer to the link to view the…


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September-October, 2017

Unfortunately, the successes from these aforementioned issues left little room and time for legislators to vote on some other…


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Legislative Updates

February 5, 2018

The Legislature has been in session for approximately one month and has dealt primarily with bills carried over from the 2017…


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Good News -- Exemptions and NTMPs

CAL FIRE has reversed its policy change regarding the acceptance of exemptions for NTMPs. Please refer to the link to view the…


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September-October, 2017

Unfortunately, the successes from these aforementioned issues left little room and time for legislators to vote on some other…


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"The forests must be, and will be, not only preserved but used, and the experience of all civilized countries that have faced and solved the question show that the forests, like perennial fountains, may be made to yield a sure harvest of timber while at the same time all their far-reaching beneficent uses may be maintained unimpaired."

-John Muir, 1895