Tree School East 2012. Refer to the menu item in the left-hand rail for all the information on Tree School. We only have Tree School every other year so be sure to attend - 35 great classes to choose from this year, the most ever!
Baker County Private Woodlands Association Monthly Meeting.
February 16, 2012. 6:30 p.m. to 8:30 p.m. OSU Extension, 2600 East Street, Baker City, OR.
Our guest speaker this month is Eileen Gyllenberg who will discuss the history of their woodland property ownership, the fine art and science of raising buffalo and also how they enjoy and utilize the many native species of shrubs, grasses and flowers.
OSU College of Forestry Starker Lecture Series
Watershed Moments: People, Forests, and Water
Water is an Essential Resource
In the coming year, both ongoing and new concerns about forest and water interactions are expected to generate increased interest among forest owners, managers, and the academic community. Questions and controversies concerning water protection policies and legal issues, coupled with emerging new information from paired watershed studies, provide a rich array of topics for this year's 2012 Starker Lecture Series.
The 2012 Starker Lecture Series will kick-off with a tie-in to the February 28 Oregon Forests and Water Symposium, sponsored by the Oregon Forest Resources Institute (OFRI). This all day symposium will provide updates on current issues, including paired watershed studies, herbicides, and point source vs. non-point source pollution. The three Starker Lectures that follow will explore selected forest and water issues more deeply, focusing on policy, the science of watersheds, and a global connections perspective. The Capstone Field Trip will offer a tour of the "Alsea Revisited" Watershed Study area.
For more information: http://starkerlectures.forestry.oregonstate.edu/
To view live stream: http://starkerlectures.forestry.oregonstate.edu/live-video-stream