About the Federation
The New Brunswick Federation of Woodlot Owners is a not-for-profit member-based organization which promotes the social and economic interests of private woodlot owners in New Brunswick through a united voice.
New members are welcome; any private woodlot owner, company or organization is eligible to be a member of the NBFWO.
In 1977, the New Brunswick Federation of Woodlot Producers was incorporated with the purpose of representing private woodlot owners and workers in the market place, with industry and government. In 1985, it was renamed the New Brunswick Federations of Woodlot Owners / Federations des propiétaires de lots boisé du N-B Inc, with the objective of supporting private woodlot owners being maintained.
What We Do
We support and connect private woodlot owners to people, information and experiences that allows them to maximize their enjoyment of their woodlot.
How We Do It
We advocate for the interests and rights of private woodlot owners at all levels of government
We promote the economic and social interests of NB’s private woodlot owners
We coordinate educational opportunities
We source funding to implement projects
We collaborate with government departments, the provincial forest products marketing boards and other like-minded organizations
We administer the provincial silviculture program funding for private lands on behalf of the government and the provincial forest product marketing boards
We keep members up to date on what is going on with industry, the government and the forest product marketing boards through our monthly newsletter and social media
New Brunswick's private woodlot owners are a varied group consisting of all ages and backgrounds
I would say one of the main reasons I am a member is that I really like receiving the monthly news letter. It really is a way for woodlot owners to keep up to date on what is going on with industry, the government and our Marketing boards. The federation has been around a long time and has a relationship with all stake holders in forestry that would be very hard to replace.
The Federation is incorporated under the New Brunswick Companies Act, has by-laws and is governed by a member-elected Board of Directors.