Getting Started on your Woodland Plan

Photo: Norma Kline (Cropped from original)

Face coverings: Masks are welcome, not required, per university policy.

631 Alder Street
Myrtle Point, OR 97458
United States

Sep 8 - Oct 1, 2022
Thursdays: September 8 and 29 from 6 –8 pm
Saturday Field Day: October 1 from 10am-3pm

$35 per person or $40/family sharing class materials

Contact for questions and requests for accessibility-related accommodations
Shawna Horner

This three session course is ideal for anyone interested in starting a woodland management plan. Developing a management plan can help you accomplish your own unique goals and objectives. Start exploring the resources and limitations on your property in a systematic way in order to prioritize activities.

Topics covered include: Assessing your property and site, Locating and integrating existing maps and resource data, Collecting field information, Scheduling management activities, Getting help. Field day: see examples of things learned in class.

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