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Classes and Events

We offer a variety of workshops, field days, and classroom sessions covering all things related to small forest management.  Stay tuned for programs in your area by checking the website, following us on Facebook, or signing up for our emails.  You can also contact us directly for questions about current classes and to make suggestions for future programs.

 

Forest Stewardship Coached Planning

Forest Stewardship Coached Planning is the flagship course for small landowners and is put on in partnership by WSU Forestry Extension and the WDNR.  Topics covered include silviculture, ecology, harvesting, thinning, wildilfe, special forest products mapping, soils, and much more.  Through this series of classes, landowners are “coached” through the process of writing a forest management plan for their property based on their own management objectives.  Your management plan is a key to accessing resources for small forest landowners in this area, such as reduced property taxes, cost-share assistance programs, and becoming a certified stewardship forest.

Upcoming Sessions

Chehalis  – Mondays, September 17 – November 5 [SOLD OUT]

Click here to learn more.

 

Alder Management Workshop – October 13th, 2018 (Frances, WA)

No longer considered a “weed-tree”, red alder is now very marketable wood and log prices are competing even with Douglas fir.  However, red alder management can be tricky and comes with equal parts challenge and opportunity.  With that in mind, this workshop will cover all things alder as they relate to small forest owners.  Forestry experts will help equip you with the knowledge and resources to grow alder with research-backed management practices.

Registration Open!  Click here to learn more.

 

Ties to the Land

Ties to the Land is an award-winning succession planning workshop offered by WSU Extension. Succession planning is the human side of estate planning, and is a way for families to maintain their ties to the land across multiple generations, building awareness of the key challenges facing family businesses, and motivating families to address the challenges. It is a facilitated and interactive workshop with DVD-based components that provides effective tools families can use to decide the future of their land.  Workshop participants learn about the legal and economic aspects of transferring a farm, forest or ranch from one generation to the next. Participants receive a “Ties to the Land” workbook and companion DVD, tools designed to help families to continue to improve and direct communication and planning at home.

Upcoming Sessions

 

None Currently Available . . . Stay Tuned!

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