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- Walk in the Woods: Preparing for your Management Plan - April 18
A Written Forest Management Plan serves many purposes. It is required for Oregon Tree Farm System participation, helps you qualify for cost-share funding, and it forms the foundation for sustainable forest management. A plan is a valuable communication tool for your family as well. Landowners can write their own forest management plan and save on professional consulting costs.
Writing a plan takes time and understanding of your property, but Wylda and her family have developed a great plan that fits their objectives and isn’t overwhelming to keep up with and maintain. Join us for a walk in the woods to hear Wylda’s great advice on getting started, things to consider, how to keep records of activities, and most importantly making it fun and enjoyable!
When: Tuesday, April 18th, 2017 from 1 -5 PM
Where: Cafferata Family Forest, Deerhorn Rd, Deerhorn, OR in Lane County
Cost: Free, but pre-registration is required
To Register call or email Tiffany Fegel at 971-409-4030 or Tiffany.Fegel@oregonstate.edu
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