Upcoming Events

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.

June 3rd, 2016 Citizen Fire Academy

10:00am - 1:00pm

Citizen Fire Academy (CFA) is a program designed to provide participants with a working knowledge of fire behavior, strategies to improve fire resilience on their properties and in the community,
and an opportunity to get to know the agencies and people involved in preparing for and fighting fire.  The CFA program is delivered through a combination of in-class instruction, online
learning, and field tours.  Participants finish the class with a self-prepared Wildfire Preparedness Plan for themselves or their neighborhood. Whether you are a property owner, landscape
professional, community leader or simply an interested member of the public, if you recognize how wildfire can pose a threat to you or your community, but want to know more about what to do, the
CFA program is for you.  Take a look at the brochure and register by mail or
online by May 20th to reserve your spot!  Online registration at https://secure.oregonstate.edu/osuext/register/1014.

June 4th, 2016 Ecological Forestry 101: Intro to Silviculture and Wildlife

2:00am - 10:00am

With careful stewardship, forests can be perpetually managed on a regenerative cycle that allows for multiple entries and a sustained yield of a broad range of high-value forest products. The timing and design of thinning practices can result in a wide variety of forest conditions depending on the landowners’ objectives—including those that benefit wildlife habitat, forest health, and long-term income generation.

This workshop will introduce you to the principles of ecological forestry as well as tools to implement it successfully on smaller parcels. Learn about harvest management strategies and how they relate to wildlife habitat.

For information about this program, go to: www.nnrg.org/beginning-forestry

All woodland owners are encouraged to attend!

June 8-11th, 2016 Oregon Small Woodlands Annual Conference


Sustaining Family Forests for 75 Years. Save the Date!


June 15-16th, 2016 Forest Health: Identification and Management of Forest Insects and Diseases

June 22nd, 2016 Woodland Talk/Twilight Tour


Save the Date: Wednesday, June 22, Details TBD. Hosted by Linn Chapter OSWA

June 24-26th, 2016 Oregon Master Naturalist Program


For information on 2016 course schedule in the Klamath Basin, http://oregonmasternaturalist.org/eastcascades

June 25-29th, 2016 ANREP-NACDEP Conference


Join us for this premier opportunity to share your work with a broad range of natural resources and community development Extension professionals, learn about new and best-of techniques and programs, expand your network, and enjoy visiting the great State of Vermont.

Call for Presentations will be issued in fall 2015. More information at www.nacdep.net and www.anrep.org.

June 26-29th, 2016 Forest Products Society


For more information, http://ow.ly/UZBSL

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.