Kienitz elected WWOA president
Paul Kienitz, Merrill, has been elected President of the Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association, Inc., (WWOA). He was recently reelected to the Board of Directors and previously served three years on the Board. Paul has been a member of WWOA since 1998.
Paul and his wife, Christina, live in Merrill and have two children. They own forestland in Lincoln County in the New Wood area. Paul is owner of the Riverside Athletic Club in Merrill and has been very active in the community.
The Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association, Inc. (WWOA) is a non-profit organization providing continuous educational opportunities to Wisconsin’s private woodland owners and others on sustainable forest management.
WWOA has an 11 person board of directors coming from all parts of Wisconsin and one board member from Minnesota. We have local chapters that cover every part of Wisconsin. Our membership is over 2000 land owners and collectively these members manage over 300,000 acres of forest land in Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Woodland Owners Association (WWOA) is celebrating 35 years of helping Wisconsin’s woodland owners learn more about their land. WWOA members share a common interest in wanting to learn more about their woods for fun and for sustaining their woods for the future generations.
WWOA offers a variety of activities and information for woodland owners and their families. WWOA publishes an award-winning quarterly magazine, Wisconsin Woodlands, hosts local woodland field days and workshops.
WWOA is co-sponsoring a woodland owner conference on Saturday, Feb. 14 at Northcentral Technical College in Wausau. This conference is open to all woodland owners or those interested in learning more about managing woodlands. Pre-registration is requested as space is limited.
Contact WWOA at email@example.com or by calling 715-346-4798 for more information or visit our website at wisconsinwoodlands.org.