Forestry and Natural Resources Program

The Extension Forestry and Natural Resources program provides objective, research-based information and educational opportunities for woodland owners, foresters, contractors and other natural resource professionals, and public audiences. The goal of the program is to improve the stewardship of forest and watershed resources for social, economic and environmental benefits.

Max conducts applied research to provide new information to enhance the long term management of southern Oregon forests. He covers Jackson and Josephine Counties and contributes to statewide projects in collaboration with colleagues in other counties and on the OSU campus in Corvallis.

Jackson County Extension Event Calendar


MORE UPCOMING PROGRAMS!

Forest Stewardship

Thursday, May 19, 2016 7 PM  FREE

Speaker: Dayne Barron, BLM
We live in a fire-prone environment, but how can we manage fire risk on the landscape with so many landowners. Dayne Barron from the Bureau of Land Management joins us to discuss how small woodland owners and their public land neighbors can work together to promote resilient landscapes, Fire-Adapted Communities and a safe and effective wildfire response. FREE of charge. Call 541-776-7371 to register.

 


Resources...

Max Bennett, Forestry Agent

Southern Oregon Research & Extension Center
569 Hanley Rd
Central Point, OR 97502
541-776-7371, ext 221

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Woodland Stewardship Class
Land Steward Program
P
ublications
E-news
Tree/Forest Pests & Diseases
Wildfire
Log Markets/Prices

Assistance
Riparian
Streamside Landscaping and Gardening

MORE INFORMATION

Attend programs about:

  • Thinning & stand management
  • Fire hazard reduction
  • Land stewardship
  • Ecological forestry and forest restoration
  • Timber harvesting
  • Streamside (riparian) management
  • Tree care/insect & disease problems

The Extension Forestry and Natural Resources program provides objective, research-based information and educational opportunities for woodland owners, foresters, contractors and other natural resource professionals, and public audiences. The goal of the program is to improve the stewardship of forest and watershed resources for social, economic and environmental benefits.

Max conducts applied research to provide new information to enhance the long term management of southern Oregon forests. He covers Jackson and Josephine Counties and contributes to statewide projects in collaboration with colleagues in other counties and on the OSU campus in Corvallis.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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