DNR Small Forest Landowner Office: An office of the state Department of Natural Resources, equipped to help landowners promote the environmental and economic viability their land via technical assistance, land management tools and information, and assistance in accessing publically funded forestry programs

Jefferson LandWorks Collaborative: A local initiative with the goal of achieving a triple bottom line by coupling farm and forest land preservation with rural economic development, by connecting landowners to capital, markets, and technical assistance

King County Dept. of Natural Resources and Parks: Forestry Services: Forestry information and service for King County landowners, including resources for developing a Forest Management Plan, stewardship education, compliance assistance, fire safety planning, and accessing financial incentive programs

Northwest Natural Resource Group: A non-profit that helps woodland owners optimize the ecological and economic potential of their land through forest management planning, consulting, timber harvesting / thinning, FSC and NCF certification, and more

Sustainable Northwest: Helps foster connections between green builders, landowners, conservationists, and public agencies to promote a thriving forest industry in the northwest, provides FSC certification, and more

Washington Forest Protection Association: A trade association of private landowners, including small family-owned woodlands, that provides members with information on sustainable forestry products, state laws and regulation, taxation, and environmental stewardship

WSU Extension Forestry: Resources and more, including classes, workshops, field days, how-to publications, online resources, webinars, etc. Covers King, Snohomish, Skagit, Island, San Juan, and Whatcom Counties in Washington State.