Publications & Resources

OSU Extension Catalog

OSU Extension has a library of publications available on a wide range of woodland management topics. Most publications can be downloaded for free. Print copies can be ordered for a small fee (shipping charges will apply). Click here to browse the catalog online and download or order publications. Or, call 800-561-6719 to order by phone.

Other Sources of Information

Christmas Tree Resources at Oregon State University
Publications, research, and updates pertinent to Christmas tree growers, all in one place on the web.

Forest Health Conference 2016
This website showcases the presentations from the 2016 Forest Health Conference: State of the State. There are video lectures and powerpoints, with open access for all viewers. Topics cover: forest diseases, insect pests (wood borers, bark beetles, foliage feeders, etc.), fire, management strategies, and more.

This website from The American Forest Foundation can help you explore and discover how to manage your woodlands. Easy to use tools guide you to map your land, set goals, keep a journal and connect with woodland owners and foresters.

Oregon Forest Industry Directory
An online "yellow pages" for forestry contractors, log buyers, sawmills (small and large), and other private sector service providers, searchable by region and specialty.

Oregon Forest Management Planning
If you need to write or update a forest management plan for your property, start here.

Pacific Northwest International Society of Arboriculture
Includes a directory of local certified arborists. A good resource if you need expert assistance with a backyard or landscape tree.

Ties to the Land
The Ties to the Land succession planning program helps families communicate better about what to do with their property and how best to get it done. Workshops presented in response to local interest

Women Owning Woodlands Network
A peer learning network dedicated to supporting women who own and manage forest lands.

Woodland Fish and Wildlife
Many publications on topics related to fish and wildlife management on private woodlands in the Northwest.

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