This curriculum package helps natural-resource professionals train landowners on best practices in resource management. Topics include forests, fire, streams, wildlife, soil, pastures, water systems and economics — all issues facing landowners in many parts of the West.
As part of the Bipartisan Infrastructure Law, the President and Vice President worked with Democrats and Republicans to create the Affordable Connectivity Program (ACP), which allows tens of millions of American households to reduce their internet service costs by up to $30/month (or $75/month on Tribal lands). To ensure the most efficient use of those public dollars and to deliver maximum cost savings to families, the Biden-Harris Administration has secured commitments from 20 leading internet providers—covering more than 80% of the U.S. population across urban, suburban, and rural areas—to either increase speeds or cut prices, making sure they all offer ACP-eligible households high-speed, high-quality internet plans for no more than $30/month.
Extension collaborates to help communities learn how low-income households can pay for internet service and connected devices, test their internet speeds and partner to deploy broadband on tribal lands.
In this video, you will hear from representatives from OSU Extension Forestry & Natural Resources, Clackamas Soil & Water Conservation District, Hoodland Fire, Clackamas Fire, Clackamas Disaster Management, and more to learn ...
This publication summarizes the learner-centered education methods and community outcomes of three Extension partnerships. These projects increased the use of integrated pest management and pesticide risk reduction practices in Oregon. The...
This career webinar features Jenna Sullivan-Stack, a postdoctoral scholar in the department of integrative biology in the College of Science at OSU. She studied the impact of climate change and disease on sea stars and other organisms in tide pools.
Be ready, be set, go! During a wildfire, a three-tier evacuation warning system is put in place for residents whose homes are threatened. Knowing what each tier means can help residents better navigate an evacuation.
Carrie Berger, Office of State Fire Marshal |
Sep 2020 |