Tree School is coming back to Douglas County and Roseburg Oregon!
This annual summer event in SW Oregon is a one-day mini-college for family forestland owners, foresters, loggers, arborists, teachers and the public. Classes typically include vegetation management and reforestration, riparian planting and silviculture, insects and diseases of conifers and hardwoods, thinning, small scale logging, wildfire, hydrogeology and water regulations, soils, forest protection rules, tree identification, Christmas tree management, certification and sustainability, and cruising, falling, bucking, and scaling timber.
May 12-15, 2015 9am to 2pm (Tuesday thru Friday)
This Tour has been held annually for more than 54 years at the Douglas County Glide Educational Forest. It is an outdoor educational program for Douglas County fifth-grade students. Students spend a day in the woods learning about archaeology, fisheries, fire management, forest management, forest products, tree identification and wildlife. Volunteer instructors from natural resource agencies, private industry, and non-profit organizations make the event possible by donating their time and sharing their expertise with the students.
Interested in becoming a Master Woodland Manager in Douglas County? Call for details at 541-672-4461 (or 1-800-883-7568 in Douglas County). Or email Steve Bowers at: firstname.lastname@example.org
For more information, visit the statewide Master Woodland Manager website.
Last Update: 02/26/2015
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