A calendar for landowners, by landowners
Below you’ll find a list of upcoming events aimed at educating forest landowners.
To make this calendar more valuable, it needs your help. Please submit the details of your coming event using our online submission form. Just click the button to the right that says SUBMIT AN EVENT and you're underway.
July 9th, 2016 Community Forestry Days
This is your chance to learn by doing a variety of projects in a sustainably managed woodland. Volunteers help with all the essential seasonal tasks of managing a working Demonstration Forest.
Learning by doing – it’s the Hopkins way we manage our forest.
July 9: Re-stain buildings. Mow grass and control brush on roads and trails. Develop the forestry event field down by the Cedar Shelter.
Registration is requested. A delicious hot lunch will be provided. Please call Jean at 503-655-8631
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July 12-15th, 2016 Forest Steward Guild
Save the date!
Join Dr. Curt Meine, Dr. Nancy Langston, and forest and conservation professionals from throughout the U.S. for three special days as we cross the boundaries of discipline and landscape to conserve resilient forests.
July 16-22nd, 2016 Misletoes
Join us July 17th-22nd, 2016 at Southern Oregon University in beautiful Ashland, Oregon (USA). The five-day event will include plenary sessions on a variety of topics related to Mistletoe: Wildlife & Ecology, Anatomy, Pharmacology, Host/Parasite Interactions, and Recent Taxonomic Changes. The meeting will also include two field tours and great networking opportunities with your international colleagues.
For more information, http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/mistletoe/
Submit abstracts by March 15th, 2016. Registration opens April 1st.
September 15th, 2016 Master Woodland Manager Course
Do you want to make sure your forest is resilient to fire, pests or diseases? Are you interested in how your land can better suit wildlife, timber production, or recreation? Would you like to
make sure your roads are well-built, and know that you filed your taxes correctly? The Master Woodland Manager (MWM) program shows you how to “read” your woodland by understanding local ecological
factors as well as how to conduct assessments to determine where your woodland is heading as it grows and matures. You will learn how various management activities can help you meet your long term
vision for the property. This is the flagship course of the OSU Extension Forestry program. MWM volunteers represent a 20 year legacy, and include a wide array of people and
woodlands throughout Oregon. Whether you own 5 or 1,000 acres, the MWM program will help you gain skills for tending your woodland and provide opportunities to share your passion for
stewardship. View the Master Woodland Manager application/registration brochure.