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Timber harvesting: a process of many decisions

Curious about what goes into planning for a timber harvest? This overview can help prepare you to make informed decisions throughout the process.

By Francisca Belart, Lauren Grand, | Article

Many forest insects are mistaken for tree killers

Found an insect in your tree? Chances are it's not a pest. Here's what to look for.

By Amy Grotta, | Article

Woodland Roots

Logs & Non-timber Forest Products: Prices and Trends in the Lane County Area


Tree School Clackamas teaches love for the land

Educational event draws hundreds from woodland community in Clackamas County and beyond.

By Glenn Ahrens, Rose Clarke, Michael Bondi, Kimberly Jacobsen Nelson | Article

Start Planning Early: Things to consider when selling trees from your property

Landowners may choose to cut trees on their property for many reasons. For some it’s the culmination of decades of planning and hard work to produce a valuable crop. For others it might be a liquidation of an asset to meet a sudden financial need. Still others might be undertaking a thinning operation to improve forest health, diversity, and habitat.
Whatever your reason is for selling trees, there are some key things to consider when managing a successful timber sale.

By Lauren Grand, | Article

Life on the Dry Side Forestry Newsletter

Serving land managers and owners east of the Cascades.


Woodland Notes Newsletter

The Woodland Notes newsletter is published quarterly and covers Clackamas, Marion & Hood River Counties.


How to Manage Your Forest - Module 2: Management Practices

Next is the Management Practices module which contains eleven more sections, covering a wide array of valuable forest management topics that will help you achieve your goals and objectives.