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The Woodland Notes newsletter - where you can read about forestry and Christmas tree information on tree management and health, find local forestry events that covers Clackamas, Marion, and Hood River counties. and other items of interest for woodland owners/growers.
Oregon Season Tracker links volunteers, natural resource managers, educators, and researchers to the science they use.
Contributing to the understanding of weather, climate and their effects on our local environment by reporting precipitation and seasonal plant changes. Observe from your own home, farm, woodland, ranch, or school.
Volunteers are people like you, who share an interest in nature and the outdoors. Join the hundreds of Oregon Season Tracker citizen science volunteers’ already gathering information in over half of Oregon’s counties.
Our community-based groups, such as the Women Owning Woodlands Network and Master Woodland Manager Program, get together to learn with – and from – other landowners who value Oregon’s forests and communities.
The Women Owning Woodlands Network (WOWNet) is a diverse, enthusiastic, group of women who are interested in woodland management. WOWNet allows women to come together to learn about forest management, share their forestry and ...
The Master Woodland Manager (MWM) training is offered by Oregon State University Forestry Extension as a master's level course for landowners who are interested in an intensive forest management training and sharing the knowledge ...
The Oregon Master Naturalist Program is for people interested in Oregon’s natural history and natural resources management who want to dedicate their time as volunteers. Take courses online and on-location in Oregon’s beautiful outdoors.
Protect What You Care About
The Fire Program and the Citizen Fire Academy, Ties to the Land succession planning, and forest health offerings are all tailored to help you keep your property safe from wildfire or insect and disease outbreaks, and to build a legacy for future generations.
Forests across the western United States are stressed from high tree densities, drought, and insect and disease outbreaks. Past management practices along with more human-caused wildfire and changes in weather are causing wildfires ...
Ties to the Land focuses on succession planning, the human side of estate planning. The workshops focus on strategies to maintain family ties to the land from one generation to the next. It builds awareness of the key ...
Dig Into Our Educational Resources
Our catalog includes dozens of free publications, videos, webinars, and podcasts, covering a wide variety of topics, such as forest health, forest management planning, and estate and succession planning.
Photo: Kimberly Jacobsen Nelson (Cropped from original)
Save the Date: Tree School is scheduled for Saturday, March 25, 2023, at the Clackamas Community College in Oregon City. Registration will open Tuesday, February 7 at 10 a.m. Registration Information: Our LINK FOR ONLINE ...
Each month we will bring you research and science-based information on a new topic related to forests that aims to offer some insight into what we know and are still learning about forest science and management.