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By Rachel Werling and Max Bennett
This curriculum package helps natural-resource professionals train landowners on best practices in resource management. Topics include forests, fire, streams, wildlife, soil, pastures, water systems and economics — all issues facing landowners in many parts of the West.
Oregon Forest Pest Detectors (OFPDs) are trained to recognize the signs and symptoms of invasive forest insects. They apply these skills in their day-to-day activities as arborists, parks managers, foresters, community tree stewards, Master Gardeners and other roles.
By Paul T. Oester Stephen A. Fitzgerald Nicole Strong Bob Parker Leticia Varelas Henderson Tim Deboodt William H. Emmingham Gregory M. Filip and Dan Edge
This manual gives an overview of Eastern Oregon forest types and various silvicultural systems for managing them. Topics include the ecology and management of ponderosa pine, lodgepole pine, and mixed-conifer forests. Suggests ways to enhance range and wildlife values while managing eastside forestland.
The Master Woodland Manager (MWM) training is offered by Oregon State University Forestry and Natural Resources Extension as a high level course for private landowners who are interested in an intensive forest management training and sharing the knowledge gained through this training with people in their local communities.