Linn County Forestry and Natural Resources
Out There for Oregon's Forests. Here for Oregonians.
Forests and the diverse natural resources associated with them are an important part of Linn County landscape, heritage, economy, and way of life. Did you know that Linn County is about 70% forested!?
As your local Forestry and Natural Resources Extension agent, my job is to utilize the latest research and innovations from Oregon State University and other institutions to provide science-based education and expertise. Whether you are interested in better managing your land, growing your forest-based business, or are an aspiring naturalist, I am here to point you in the right direction.
See you in the woods!
Stay on top of news and events.
Sign up for the Woodland Compass, a free electronic newsletter, to receive useful information about taking care of your land, cost share opportunities, and timely announcements of upcoming events in the Needle.
Attend a workshop, conference, or field tour.
We have many opportunities for learning. Join us for a forest management series, a one-day forest health field tour, or one of our many other local events.
Explore Oregon's forests with Us.
Participate in science-based learning experiences that help you appreciate Oregon's diverse forest ecosystems and make informed decisions regarding forest policy and management. For example, our Master Naturalist Program offers opportunities to learn about the natural history of plants, animals, habitats, geology, culture, as well as the most relevant topics in sustainable natural resource management.
Dig into our Forestry 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.