Take time during the off-season for forestry education
9:00 AM to 3:00 PM, Saturday February 27th, 2021
Do you want to learn new things about enjoying and caring for your property? Do you want to learn things like why so many trees are dying and what to do; how to protect your property from wildfire; agroforestry and nontimber product opportunities; how to improve wildlife habitat; how to successfully plant and care for young trees; and much more? Do you want to participate in roundtables and discussion panels to get stories and tips from your fellow landowners? If so, this Winter School is for you!
Winter School is the classroom counterpart to our summer field days. It is designed to let you attend multiple workshops on topics of interest to you all in the same day. Winter School will help you address challenges on your property, restore healthy forest conditions, and achieve your goals. Winter School will feature thirty seminars, expert panels, and roundtable discussions specifically for people with forested property in Washington. There will be both eastern and western Washington sessions
Whether you are a “novice” to family forestry, or your family has owned land for many generations, there is something new for everyone to learn.