OSU receives second Carnegie Community Engagement Classification
This honor recognizes our university-wide commitment to engaging with local, national and global communities to advance all aspects of our mission through research and scholarship, teaching and learning and outreach.
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Extension helps Oregon’s woodland owners manage their land
About 62,000 small woodland owners hold title to more than 4 million acres, or 42 percent, of the state’s private forestland. But most family forestland owners are not professional foresters, and many need help if they are to reach their goals of timber production, recreation, habitat and aesthetics. To address this, OSU Extension Service created the Master Woodland Manager program.