OSU Extension Webinar – Adaptive forest management: into the unknown


They say change is the only constant – so for this talk we will discuss strategies that land managers can employ to be adaptable through a dynamic and uncertain future. We will cover how time and spatial scales influence forest management outcomes and how monitoring can help inform decision-making to promote forest health for generations […]

Umpqua SAF Chapter Meeting – Successful Applications of Disease Resistance Breeding in 5-Needle Pines and POC

Abbys Pizza Annex Building 1661 NE Stephens Street, Roseburg, OR

Dr. Richard Sniezko has been the lead Geneticist at Dorena for over 30 years. During those years he has led multiple successful disease resistance breeding programs and developed strategies for the successful “outplanting” of these resistant trees back into the natural environment. Richard will also talk about the current program to collect Oregon Ash seed […]

Forest Vegetation Simulator (FVS) Training for Alaska


The Forest Service was originally planning to run this training as an in-person event but will now conduct it virtually due to the ongoing COVID pandemic. This training will be held from April 26th – April 29th. This training has been approved for 25 CFEs. For those interested in attending, please fill out the following electronic registration […]

OSU Extension Webinar – Before wildfire strikes: getting your Firewise wisened up


We have touched on planning and how to inventory your property and what to do to achieve those goals. Let’s focus on how you can take action right now in preparation for National Wildfire Awareness Month. We will touch on the opportunities and resources available to help make you, your family, and your property better […]

Managing Leave Trees in the Pacific Northwest


When planning to harvest timber, forest landowners and managers often wonder how many trees they should leave standing on the landscape and in which locations to maximize the benefit they provide to wildlife once logging is completed. An OFRI-hosted webinar later this month will highlight the latest scientific research on the importance of these leave […]

OSAF 2022 Annual Meeting


The ongoing COVID-19 pandemic has challenged us to rethink how we can deliver educational content and opportunities for members to connect in a safe environment. This has meant pivoting to virtual annual meetings in 2020 and 2021. The benefits–more people could participate; the drawbacks–no in-person socializing and networking, a fixture of annual meetings. Due to […]

Portland SAF Chapter Meeting – A Time of Change and Opportunity for the Oregon Department of Forestry

World Forestry Center, David Douglas Room

This month’s meeting features Cal Mukomoto, the Oregon State Forester. Mukomoto will provide a brief overview of significant issues facing the Oregon Department of Forestry, such as wildfire preparedness and financing, Oregon SB 762, Climate Change, implementation of the Private Forest Accord, development of a Habitat Conservation Plan for State Forest lands, and finally, shared […]

2022 AKSAF Annual Meeting

Wedgewood Resort 212 Wedgewood Drive, Fairbanks, AK

FUELS MANAGEMENT WORKSHOP:  STRATEGIES FOR PROTECTING ALASKA COMMUNITIES AND RESOURCES FROM WILDFIRE May 17-18, 2022 Fairbanks, Alaska, at the Wedgewood Resort and a virtual option is available Although it’s the wildfires in the lower 48 that make headlines, the state of Alaska also has large-scale wildfires that threaten communities and natural resources. This meeting features […]

Pollinator Stewardship: Including Pollinators in a Land or Forest Management Plan


This class will demonstrate how the principles taught in the ‘OSU Pollinator Stewards for Woodland Owners and ‘Pollinator Partnership Canada, Pollinator Steward Certification programs are being applied in Edible Forest Garden Afforestation project in Jackson County, Oregon. The class will be presented in Zoom on May 18, 2022, 6:00 p.m. - 7:30 p.m. (PDT) $15 […]

Stream Crossings

Bauman Tree Farm 84289 Territorial Hwy, Eugene, OR

Round or squash culverts, & bridges OH MY! Do you know what to choose to make sure your stream crossings survive the 100-year flood while still providing adequate fish passage? This workshop will cover how to identify: Stream classifications Peak streamflows at a culvert locations Sizing culverts for peak flow events Existing and potential rules […]


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