Master Woodland Managers
Master Woodland Managers are local small woodland owners who have experience caring for their own land and who have received specialized training from OSU Extension to help other woodland owners on a volunteer basis. A Master Woodland Manager can consult with you on your site, direct you to further sources of assistance, and provide the perspective of a peer woodland owner, community member, and/or neighbor.
Contact the Extension office for a referral to a Master Woodland Manager that can help you with your questions.
Oregon Department of Forestry
ODF Stewardship Foresters are available to assist with on-site technical assistance and forest practice compliance. These services are free of charge. To obtain the assistance of your area's Stewardship Forester, contact your local ODF office:
Columbia City office (Columbia County): (503) 397-2636
Forest Grove office (Washington and Yamhill Counties): (503) 357-2191
Natural Resources Conservation Service
The NRCS provides technical and financial assistance for conservation-related projects on forest and agricultural lands. There is a NRCS office in each county; for contact information view the NRCS website.