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How You Can Help

The Jacksonville Woodlands Association is responsible for the care and maintenance of 16 miles of hiking trails and 320 acres of native woodlands.

Each year the Association is obligated to raise the money needed to care for this rare emerald legacy.

So, if you are a trail user, or someone who feels good about knowing that these lands are forever protected, or perhaps you enjoy our web site, maps, educational booklets, and trail displays, then we would like to hear from you.

If everyone who views this message would respond with a contribution, then our yearly budget would be met. Jacksonville Woodlands Association is a 501c3 organization, so contributions are tax deductible.

If you would like to donate your time , there are many ways to help.
Check out Ways to Help

Then you can Submit Volunteer Form Online or click on: Volunteer Application Form Print, fill out, and send to:

JWA Volunteers
P.O. Box 1210
Jacksonville, OR 97530

If you find a trail hazard (downed tree, major erosion, etc), or have a suggestion, please identify the location on this map using grid system coordinates (F6, G14, etc), and report to: [email protected]