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Extension Forestry

WSU North Puget Sound Extension Forestry Classes and Events


We offer a variety of forestry education offerings throughout the year, including workshops, field tours, field days, and short courses.


Forest Stewardship Coached Planning

A forestry course for landowners

Our flagship course will teach you how to assess your trees, avoid insect and disease problems, attract wildlife, and take practical steps to keep your forest on track to provide enjoyment and even income for years to come. In this course you will develop your own Forest Stewardship Plan, which brings state recognition as a Stewardship Forest and eligibility for cost-share assistance, and may also qualify you for significant property tax reductions.

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Other workshops

Red Alder Management Workshop

September 29, 2018 – Kent
From young, impenetrable thickets to old, decadent stands that are dying, alder can present a management challenge for many property owners. This full-day workshop will cover alder ecology, silviculture, marketing, and what to do with those pesky old stands that are falling apart. The workshop will feature classroom sessions and a field trip. Alder workshop details and registration.

Ties to the Land

November 3, 2018 – Enumclaw
Your land will outlive you. Who will care for it when you’re gone? Will it be a family legacy or a family squabble? Will it be kept intact and protected, or will it be divided up and sold off in pieces? This succession planning workshop will help you plan for the long-term future of your property by exploring these questions and others using the award-winning Ties to the Land curriculum. Enumclaw Ties to the Land Details and Registration.


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