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.
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.