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KFA membership may be obtained by any one of the following ways:
  1. Purchasing an individual membership at your desired giving level. Annual dues are renewed in January
  2. Becoming certified as a Tree Farmer by the American Forest Foundation
  3. Becoming a member of the Kansas Chapter of the Walnut Council
Members are encouraged to consider serving on the Board of Directors, who are nominated in October for a three-year term.



Benefits of Membership


  • Standard Membership = $20

  • Free forestry advice from professional foresters who provide forestry project plans and information on financial assistance
  • Access to a network for woodland owners, natural resource professionals, forestry industry and scientists to share experiences and research-based information on the management of woodlands, windbreaks, wildlife and related resources
  • Invitations to the Agroforestry Field Day, Walnut Council Field Day, Fall Forestry Field Day, conferences, and other educational events
  • Free monthly access to the digital Kansas Canopy newsletter that provides the most current forestry news in the state
  • Free annual issue of the National Woodland Owners magazine
  • KFA discount code on all purchases from Forestry Suppliers, Inc


Cottonwood = $21 - $99 -  name/business name in newsletter, KFA logo pen

Pecan = $100 - $499 - Cottonwood level, plus tote bag

Oak = $500 - $999 - Pecan level, plus Kansas Forest Service tree bundle coupon

Walnut = $1,000+ - Oak level, plus Lifetime Membership


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