Forest Health Issues and Management Techniques to Improve Resilience - The Dalles, OR

 

October 7, 8:30am-4:00pm

 
Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

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This workshop is designed for Natural Resource Professionals including contractors, loggers, foresters, and agency staff: people that work in the woods implementing non-commercial and commercial forest treatments. Participants will have the opportunity to interact with speakers and other participants on the important issues affecting forest health including: bark beetle management, root diseases, fire damage and post-fire management, overstocking, and silvicultural options. The training will offer continuing education credits for SAF and the loggers programs in ORand WA.
 
Multiple issues are causing forest health problems in the Columbia Gorge, including storm damage, drought, wildfire, and bark beetle outbreaks. Attend this workshop to learn about specific problems and solutions to promote tree vigor and forest resilience.
 
Registration fee is $30. Space is limited. Please register by October 2.
 
For more information or questions, please contact Glenn Ahrens.
 
 
Lunch provided 
5 Credits - Society of American Foresters CFE Credits
5 Credits - OR Professional Logger or WA Master Logger
OR/WA pesticide applicators recertification credits TBA
Co-sponsored by Oregon State Univ. Extension, Oregon Department of Forestry, Washington State Univ. Extension, Washington DNR, and US Forest Service.

Date / Time

Start Time:

End Time: Wednesday, October 07, 2015 4:00 PM

Location

Name: Columbia Gorge Discovery Center

Street: 5000 Discovery Dr

City: The Dalles

State: OR

Contact Info

Glenn Ahrens, Joanne Kiyokawa

Email: joanne.kiyokawa@oregonstate.edu

Phone: 541 -386 - 3343