Interested in taking the training?

Master Woodland Manager (MWM) is our Forestry and Natural Resources Extension premier forest stewardship and volunteer program. This program has been serving small land owners since the early 80s. We have trained more than 500 landowners around the state. If you are interested in becoming an MWM volunteer contact your local Forestry and Natural Resources Extension agent (find that information here). As this is a high level course you will need to have completed a Basic Forestry Shortcourse, or something of similar capacity, to meet the application requirements.

During the Master Woodland Manager program, you will:

  • Visit woodlands and ranches around the region.
  • Meet and learn from other woodland owners.
  • Get to know our region’s forest and natural resource professionals from various agencies.
  • Learn from Oregon’s State University’s forest, river, and wildlife experts!
  • Gain knowledge and skills that you can apply on your property.
  • Become part of Oregon’s tremendous woodland owner and forestry community.

This unique training combines at-home readings and videos, online discussions, and in-field training.

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