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Forestry and Natural Resources Serving Yamhill, Washington and Columbia Counties
- Many Douglas-fir with dead tops and branches in the Willamette Valley this year
- Woodland owner and canine companion “dig deep” into truffle hunting
- A New OSU College of Forestry Research and Demonstration Forest in Washington County
- Wood is Good for so many Things….
- Use caution with spring tree release
The Oregon State University Extension Forestry & Natural Resources Program provides woodland owners with information they need to make well-informed decisions on how best to take care of their woodland property and to satisfy their reasons for owning their land. We provide objective, research-based information and educational resources to family forest landowners around the state through workshops, tours, publications, and online resources. We also collaborate with many groups that have a shared interest in our region’s forests, including state agencies, watershed councils, loggers, researchers, Christmas tree growers, teachers, and many others.
You can find out about upcoming educational programs by clicking here.
You can read our latest newsletter here.
Master Woodland Managers are here to assist you. Over 20 MWMs live in Washington County and volunteer their time to help their neighbors understand their forests and how to care for them. Contact us for further information.
Amy Grotta is the Forestry & Natural Resources Extension faculty serving Columbia, Washington and Yamhill Counties (primary office location is St. Helens). View her home website for more information on Forestry & Natural Resources Extension programs in these counties.