Managing to Keep Your Forest Healthy - Hood River
2990 Experiment Station Drive
Hood River, OR 97031
This class for woodland owners will help you address questions such as:
- Is something wrong with your trees?
- How do you keep your forest healthy?
- How might climate change affect your trees?
When trees die or decline, people tend to look for one specific cause, such as bark beetles or root disease. But tree health problems often arise from a combination of factors such as climate, soils, exposure, and changes as trees grow older, perhaps interacting with insects or diseases over time. Attend this class to help you observe, understand, and respond to possible changes in forest and tree health.
The sessions will be led by Glenn Ahrens, your OSU Extension Forester. After decades of diagnosing tree problems, Glenn has much to share to help you assess and manage your forest and tree health into the future.
There is no fee, but registration is required.