Land Steward Program
Open for Registration!
2016 Land Steward Training Program
September 7th – November 16
The Land Stewards Program helps local small-acreage landowners learn about ways to create a healthy environment on their property through weekly site visits, presentations from natural resource professionals, and the creation of a personalized management plan. The course serves land owners who want to learn how to balance sustainability with their rural lifestyles.
The 11-week training course provides training for Southern Oregon residents on topics such as wildfire risk reduction, woodland and forest management, encouraging (and controlling) wildlife, stream ecology, pasture management, soils and organic waste, small acreage systems and infrastructure, economics and enterprise on your land, stewardship planning and much more!
Weekly classes meet at the OSU Extension auditorium, at 569 Hanley Road in Central Point on Wednesday afternoons, September 7th – November 16; 12:00-5:00pm. For information email Rachel.firstname.lastname@example.org.
Registration is not complete until both payment and application are received. Application can be emailed or snail mailed. See information document link below.
- Program Information and Application Document HERE Please read and complete fully.
- Pay Online HERE
Early Bird Registration: Applications and payment received BY August 9th save $50.
$150 per person
$225 for couples
Regular registration DEADLINE AUGUST 16th (application and payment)
$200 per person
| Rachel Werling; Land Steward Coordinator
OSU- Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center
569 Hanley Rd.
Central Point, OR 97502
(541) 773-7371 Ext. 211
To sign up for forthcoming information, or if you have any questions, please contact the Land Steward Coordinator, Rachel Werling. Se habla Español. 2016 Land Steward Training Program (flyer information).
Graduating Land Stewards will be equipped to design and implement programs to help people:
- Live safely in wildfire-prone areas
- Identify and eradicate noxious weeds
- Promote and develop wildlife habitat
- Conserve water and reduce runoff
- Reduce yard waste and woody biomass
- Make their own mulch and compost
- Maintain healthy trees and forest
|SO.OREGON ECOLOGY||TREE CARE|
|FISH & WILDLIFE||WEEDS|
|WATER||PASTURE & GRAZING|
|OTHER PERTINANT RESOURCES|
CITIZEN FIRE ACADEMY-A new Program. Ask about 2016 program.
For information, call Kara Baylog at 541-776-7371, ext. 213 or by e-mail: email@example.com.
Wildfire Protection Plan, chapter 4, pg 49
Southwestern Oregon Forests, Unique and Challenging, Tom Sensenig