Gives an overview of Eastern Oregon forest types and various silvicultural systems for managing them. Discusses in depth the ecology and management of ponderosa pine, lodgepole pine, and mixed-conifer forests. Describes major pests ...
Stephen Fitzgerald, Nicole Strong, Robert (Bob) Parker, Leticia Henderson (Varelas), Tim Deboodt |
Oct 2018 |
OSU Extension CatalogPeer reviewed (Orange level)
Property owners can play key roles in wildlife habitat. Learn how to manage your land to promote a diverse native habitat and support ecological systems. One of a series of Land Steward Rural Resource Guidelines.
OSU Extension's controlled burning curriculum, modeled after practices used by Indigenous peoples for millenia, supports wildlife habitat and plays an important part in the traditions, culture and sovereignty of tribes.
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Q: I have many Douglas fir seedlings that sprout up on my property and I hate to pull them out. I also have a few that are a foot or two tall now. Would it be beneficial to anyone if I donated the seedlings/trees? I have maybe 12-24 or more per year, and so do my neighbors.