Washington State University

Extension Forestry

2016 San Juan Islands

Forest Owners Field Day

Lopez Island – September 17th


An Out-In-The-Woods Family Education Event

This is a smaller, local version of our regional field day. The San Juan Islands Field Day will feature a suite of outdoor workshops specifically for people with wooded property in the San Juan Islands. Forestry specialists from around the region will be providing instruction, demonstrations, and resources throughout the day on a variety of topics that will help you to better understand, protect, enhance, and enjoy your forest.


  • 8:40 AM – 2:40 PM Saturday September 17, 2016
  • Gates and exhibits open at 7:40 AM



Midnight’s Farm
3042 Center Rd
Lopez Island, WA 98261
Approximately 10 minutes from the ferry terminal

Cost (includes farm lunch):

Pre-Registration – Early

Save $20 before 5 PM Monday 9/12 (Discount sponsored by San Juan Islands Conservation District)

  • $15 per individual
  • $25/couple (same household or ownership)
  • Student and Master Gardener discounts available (call 425-357-6023 for details)

Pre-Registration – Regular

Save $10 before 5 PM Thursday 9/15

  • $15 per individual
  • $25/couple (same household or ownership)

On-Site Registration

  • $35 per individual
  • $45/couple (same household or ownership)

Student and Master Gardener discounts available (call 425-357-6023 for details)
Youth under 18 may attend free.
Cancellations will be accepted until September 9th, and refunds may be subject to a processing fee.


Register Online

Register online with a credit card through Brown Paper Tickets

Register by Mail

Download the Registration Form and mail in with a check made out to WSU Extension

Register at the Event

Bring cash or check to the registration booth. Note: we cannot accept debit or credit cards on site. Exact change is appreciated.


With thanks to our partners

This program is made possible in part by funding from WSU San Juan County Extension, San Juan County, San Juan Islands Conservation District, Society of American Foresters, and Washington Tree Farm Program.

Agencies and organizations contributing instructors and in-kind support include Washington State University Extension, Washington Department of Natural Resources, and San Juan County.


All Are Welcome

Extension programs and employment are available to all without discrimination. Evidence of noncompliance may be reported through your local Extension office. Reasonable accommodations will be made for persons with disabilities and special needs who contact Ian Fawley at 425-357-6023 or at least two weeks prior to the event.

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