Newsletters

From the Desk of the President

Snow season is begrudgingly giving way to mud season which means summer is just around the corner. I think we’re all looking forward to a more “normal” summer where we can enjoy each other’s company, greet old friends, and make new ones. Special thanks to Lorna Rittenburg for putting together a GREAT social committee, and the summer activities calendar. I’m sure there are many things that will be of interest to you. Also, a shout out to Chris Heitz for all her hard work in getting this newsletter out. In addition, Lois Walker’s presentation on the 75-year history of the NFIA and NFLA on June 12 before the Membership Meeting is not to be missed. Be on the lookout for volunteer opportunities. We’ll try to get them posted on the website (nflandowners.org) as they become known. Don’t forget the Hall cleanup, May 14, the Fuels Reduction Field Trip on June 15, and the annual Interlocal and Firewise presentation on July 13. Only a few of the highlights this summer has to offer you!

Richard Hildner, President


Click on the link below to get to a PDF version of the newsletter and calendar. And enjoy!

2022: Spring Newsletter and Calendar
2021: Fall Newsletter
2021: Spring Newsletter and Calendar
2020: Spring Newsletter and Calendar
2019: Fall Newsletter
2019: Spring Newsletter and Calendar
2018: 2018 Fall Newsletter and Fall Survey
2018: Spring newsletter, Wildfire Risk Assessment Request, and calendar
2017: Fall newsletter
2017: Spring newsletter and calendar
2016: Fall newsletter
2016: Spring newsletter, calendar, and emergency services
2015: Fall newsletter
2015: Spring newsletter and calendar
2014: Spring newsletter and calendar
2013: Spring newsletter and calendar
2012: Spring newsletter and calendar
2011: Spring newsletter and calendar
2010: Spring newsletter and calendar
2009: Fall newsletter, Spring newsletter
2008: Fall newsletter, Spring newsletter
2007: Fall newsletter, Spring newsletter
2006: Fall newsletter

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