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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 Washington County's landscape, heritage, economy, and way of life. Did you know that families and individuals collectively own about one-third of Washington County's forest land?

Forestry and Natural Resources faculty 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, they can point you in the right direction.

There are several ways you can learn from, and get involved with our Forestry and Natural Resources Program.

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