It is important for you to select an appropriate photo monitoring location and timeframe that will provide you information that will be useful for evaluating your management objectives. In this video, you will learn where to ...
Sergio Arispe, Dustin Johnson |
Nov 2017 |
Photo courtesy Nick Myatt, Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife (Cropped from original)
In this video, Mike Cloughesy gives an overview including a look at the recent “Oregon Forest Ecosystem Carbon Inventory and the Role of Wood Products in Carbon Storage.” Edie Sonne Hall discusses “Managing Forests to ...
This is a webinar recording from May 2021 covering wildfire defensible space for homes and agricultural operations. Ariel Cowan, OSU Regional Fire Specialist for the Central Region, covers the home ignition zone (HIZ) and steps ...
Oregon OSHA created new requirements in 2019 for producers with employees who engage in suppressing wildfires on agricultural operations. Producers must have an emergency action plan and fire prevention plan. This template is designed to help producers create the emergency action and fire prevention plans that are required. This document is a Microsoft word document that can be edited and customized directly or printed and written in by hand.
New research shows that paying communities in Mexico to conserve and manage their jointly-owned property doesn’t just benefit the environment—it strengthens social relationships and a sense of community within those areas as well.
Chris Branam |
Jun 11, 2018 |
Photo courtesy Lisa Ellsworth, OSU (Cropped from original)
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