Resource Management Planning Local Sources

A written forest management plan can be one of the most important tools available to family forestland owners. Your Douglas County OSU Extension Foresters would like to encourage you to either develop one yourself, or seek out the services of a professional forester to produce one for you. This website has been established to help you start the planning process. It includes materials from a class called "The Basics of Forest Management Planning" taught here in Douglas County, and features tools and links to resources that should make it easier to get started. This site is a work in progress, so check back frequently to see what's new. As always, if you have questions about developing a forest management plan or any other aspect of forest management, give us a call or drop us an e-mail -- we're here to help.

 
 

 

Steve Bowers 541-672-4461

OSU Extension Forestry Agent

steve.bowers@oregonstate.edu

   

 

Raini Rippy 541-672-4461

OSU Natural Resources & Small Farms Instructor

raini.rippy@oregonstate.edu

 
   
1.

Management Plans: Tools for Success

An overview of management plan concepts,

reprinted from Northwest Woodlands vol 23(1).

2.

Management Plan Template

3. Goals & Objectives Worksheet
4. Business & Legal Considerations Checklist
5. Forest Management Plan Example
6.

Presentation from Management Plan Class

7.

Management Plan "Requirements"

8.

Where to Get Property Information

9.

Where to get Maps & Aerial Photos

10.

Estimating Acreage

11.

Survey Records

12.

GIS (Geographic Information System)

  • Douglas County Surveyors Office
13.

For More Help

   

 Contact us:  

  • Call us at (541) 672-4461 or 1-800-883-7568 (in Douglas County)
  • E-mail Forestry Agent, Steve Bowers
  • E-mail Natural Resources & Small Farms Instructor, Raini Rippy

 

 

Last Update:  08/21/2013

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