Master Woodland Managers

Master Woodland Manager Program

Master Woodland Managers are trained volunteers who have completed an 85-hour course on woodland management. After completing the course, Master Woodland Managers volunteer their time in the following ways:

  • Visit your property and identify opportunities for tree planting, thinning, controlling animal damage.
  • Demonstrate simple forestry practices.
  • Identify important considerations that will protect your property from fire, insects, and disease.
  • Suggest sources for tree seedlings, forestry equipment, aerial photos and other equipment.
  • Help you locate sources of assistance.
  • Inform you about upcoming woodland tours and meetings.

To schedule a visit with a Benton, Linn, or Polk County Master Woodland Manager (MWM), call the Benton County OSU Extension office at (541) 766-6750, or stop by the office at 4077 SW Research Way, in Corvallis.

Learn how you can become a Master Woodland Manager 

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