Trees and Forests

Picnic and Tour at Camp Adams - May 6, 2017
Picnic and Tour at Camp Adams - May 6, 2017
Riparian Demonstration workshop - September 2017
Riparian Demonstration workshop - September 2017
Christmas Tree Cover Crop workshop - June 2017
Christmas Tree Cover Crop workshop - June 2017

Announcement Items

Woodland Notes Newsletter Summer 2018 edition now available

Citizen Fire Academy - Protect Your Home From Wildfire: A Workshop for Homeowners

Protect your home and property. Be a leader for Wildfire Preparedness in Your Community.
Our communities are at risk for wildfire in Oregon. The good news is that if we take action and prepare for wildfire, we can do something about it. Join us for a one-day workshop where we focus on the most important part of your fire defense strategy: the area within 200 feet of your home. Learn how a fire professional views your home and property, and the steps you can take to reduce risk.
The Citizen Fire Academy (CFA) education program puts wildfire preparedness into the hands of landowners and the community, with the help of local, state, and federal fire management agencies.
Cost for the full program: $5/person. Please register for Citizen Fire Academy by June 1. To register:  https://tinyurl.com/CitizenFireAcademyJune2018.
For more information contact: Glenn Ahrens at 503-655-8631 or glenn.ahrens@oregonstate.ed

Community Forestry Day, Saturday, June 9, 2018, 8:30 am - 2:30 pm. Hopkins Demonstration Forest, 16750 S. Brockway Rd., Oregon City. Let us know you are coming to add you to our lunch count at 503-655-8631 or jean.bremer@oregonstate.edu. If you need more information email Peter Matzka at peter.matzka@oregonstate.edu.

Other forestry programs in the near future

Tree School

Tree School, March 24, 2018. Handouts and power points will be available for viewing soon. Please contact jean.bremer@oregonstate.edu to get on the 2019 Tree School mailing list.

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We provide woodland owners, land managers, youth, and the general public with objective, research-based information and educational resources to help them make informed decisions. We bring state and national expertise to the community through our affiliation with the OSU Forestry and Natural Resources Extension Program and the OSU College of Forestry. We work collaboratively with many community organizations that have a shared interest in our region's forests, including soil and water conservation districts, watershed councils, landowner organizations, school districts and state agencies.

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Field Research

Field Research addresses local problems and needs.

Forest Landowner Resources

Service Provider Lists: up-to-date lists of contractor services

Forest landowner resources

Office and field consultations and visits.

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Master Woodland Manager: volunteer training and community service

 

Demonstration and learning forests

Hopkins near Beavercreek and Ram's Dell near Dickey Prairie.

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Oregon Small Woodlands Association Annual Meeting
June 13, 3:00 – June 15, 2013
Roseburg, OR
OSWA’s 53rd Annual Meeting will be hosted by OSWA’s Douglas County Chapter at the Douglas County Fairgrounds. The theme is “Family forests our Legacy our Future – It’s a Family Thing”. The OSWA schedule includes: Thursday, June 13, OSWA Board meeting Friday, June 14, Program and Annual Membership meeting Saturday, June 15, Outstanding Tree Farmer of the Year and Howdy Neighbor woods tour Registration required. Contact OSWA for more information at 503-588-1813. http://www.oswa.org/contact.html.
Field tour of Meripah Woodland
June 26, 2013
6:00 pm – 9:00 pm Twilight Tour
Estacada, OR
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