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Family Foresters Workshop
January 22 @ 8:30 am - 5:00 pm
by Washington State University Extension and Forestry – Northeast WA
Family-owned forests are vital to the economy and quality of life in the Inland Northwest. These lands are critical for wildlife habitat, timber supply, water quality, and many other values. Unique skills are required of foresters and other natural resource professionals who help family forest owners manage their property. The Family Foresters Workshop is designed to strengthen the skills of consulting foresters, state-employed service foresters, and other natural resource professionals who work with family forest owners. It serves as a forum to provide updates on emerging technology and knowledge applicable to family forestry.
Douglas-fir Tussock Moth; Root Disease Issues in Ponderosa Pine; Forest Habitat For Wolverines, Fishers, Lynx And Other Meso-Carnivores; Smoke Management on Family Forests; Considerations with Camera Trapping – Reducing theft; Plotting and Communicating Individual Leave Trees with GPS Technology; Drones: More than Aerial Imagery; Forest Bee Pollinators; Family Forest Owners and Fire – Sociological Issues; Family Forest Economics/Policy Update.
No cost to attend –
Please register if interested in attending the 29th Family Foresters Workshop on Friday, Jan. 22, 2021.