Forests are the subject of OSU Extension Tree School

Tree School has helped thousands manage economically and ecologically Oregon’s private timberland. Photo by Lynn Ketchum.
Tree School has helped thousands manage economically and ecologically Oregon’s private timberland. Photo by Lynn Ketchum.

Every year, the Clackamas Community College campus is transformed into Tree School. The annual weekend, organized by the Oregon State University Extension Service, is a festival of learning for people who love forests. OSU and agency experts teach dozens of workshops covering everything from chainsaw safety to mushroom identification to wood product marketing. Attendance has grown to more than and Tree School is now offered in southern Oregon, too.

Many of the experts who teach at Tree School are Master Woodland Managers.

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