Canopy View News | Fall 2022 | Issue 17: This issue of Canopy View News is packed full of timely information for Oregon small woodland owners. The hot topic this summer in Oregon has been the arrival of the emerald ash borer (page 7). While the future of our native ash trees is bleak, it is important that you know what to look for and what to do if you suspect you find one in your forest.
Canopy View News | Summer 2022 | Issue 16: Lane and Douglas Counties are still experiencing drought conditions. Read the article on the State of the State to learn more about how 10 years of drought has been affecting our forest health. May is wildfire awareness month and we’ve got lots of articles to help you prepare for wildfire season. Check out what we’ve been doing in the aftermath of the 2020 Labor Day Fires, Listen to the Fire Episodes on our podcast, and learn when to choose the best time to burn slash piles. All this rain is bringing on the flowers! Bees love flowers. Check out the Bees in the Woods article to learn how to enhance bee habitat on your land. And, as always, we’ve got log price trends and a new tree ID article for you to enjoy.
Canopy View News | Spring 2022 | Issue 15: As spring draws near, the promise of longer days, budding trees, and spring showers (and flowers!) are upon us. We are thrilled that amidst this season of change, comes our own season of change: the return of in-person landowner workshops! Check out our upcoming events section to find a wide variety of both in-person and online workshops happening near you this spring.
Canopy View News | Winter 2021 | Issue 14: Take some time this winter to curl up by the fire and read about the funding that is available to small forestland owners and Firewise Communities for wildfire risk reduction practices. Check out the Forest Health Highlights from around the state and an article on forest mistletoes. The Oregon Grape Root article introduces how to identify, harvest, process, and market the plant. And don’t forget to read the log prices report, especially if you’re planning to sell logs in the near future.