The “Coached Planning”
A major element of this class is “coaching” landowners through the process of writing a simple forest management plan week-by-week. These plans help you shape your goals and vision for your property and write them up into a comprehensive management guide to help you get there. Having a management plan is a critical part of being a forest owner, and often a major point of pride. As if that wasn’t enough, the plan you write in this class can make you eligible for reduced property taxes and cost-share assistance to put the plan in action! Should you choose to write a plan in this class, you will also become a DNR Certified Stewardship Forest.
- Forestry guides and references
- Multiple class presentations and Q & A sessions
- A “hands-on” field day
- Maps and aerial photos of your property
- Forest measurement tools
- A personal site visit to your property from a professional forester
When: Monday evenings (6PM – 9PM), April 1 – May 20 (+ Field Day on Saturday, May 11)
Where: Olympic National Forest Supervisor’s Office – 1835 Black Lake Blvd SW, Olympia, WA 98512
Cost: $100 per property enrolled (couples and children welcome)
Ready to sign up?
Register online using a credit card via Brown Paper Tickets.
To register by mail, send in the appropriate mail-in registration form (an accessible, fillable PDF form best viewed with the free Adobe Reader software) along with a check made out to WSU Extension. Mail-in registrations must be received by 5PM on Thursday, March 28th.
Call Patrick Shults at (360) 740-1213 or email at email@example.com
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