***CANCELLED*** 2020 Tree School Lane - Pleasant Hill, OR

*** CANCELLED*** Tree School Lane is Here!

Saturday, April 4, 2020 | 9am – 5pm

Pleasant Hill High School | 84455 N Enterprise Rd, Pleasant Hill, OR 97455

Do you own or manage a small woodlot in Oregon? Are you thinking about acquiring property? Are you a land manager, logger, arborist, or simply a natural resource enthusiast? If you answered “yes” to any of these questions then Tree School is for you!

Tree School Lane is a one day mini-college for forestry and natural resource education. It is the premier opportunity to learn from forestry and natural resource experts and professionals on a wide variety of topics. Over the course of the day, 29 classes will be offered, and participants have the opportunity to attend up to four. If you’re a woodland enthusiast, then you won’t want to miss Tree School Lane!

Registration Information:

Early Registration - Feb. 19th – Mar. 14th - $60/person

Late Registration - March 14th – 29th - $80/person

*Registration ends 3/29. No walk-in registrations will be accepted*

Register online at: https://beav.es/TreeSchoolLane

Call the Lane Extension office with questions, to receive a class catalog, or to register over the phone: (541) 344-5859

 

Date / Time

Start Time: Saturday, April 04, 2020 9:00 AM

End Time: Saturday, April 04, 2020 5:00 PM

Location

Name: Pleasant Hill High School

Street: 84455 N Enterprise Rd

City: Pleasant Hill

State: OR

Zip: 97455

 

We are excited to offer classes on the following topics at Tree School:

  • Reforestation Basics
  • Tree Species Migration
  • Forest Diseases
  • Forest Insects
  • Forests as Habitat
  • Ponderosa Pine Management
  • Fire Ecology and Fuels Reduction
  • Forest Income Taxes
  • Forest Protection Laws
  • Safe and Effective Chainsaw Use
  • Woodland Management
  • Oregon’s Wild Bees
  • Red Alder Management
  • Protecting Yourself with Contracts
  • Your Trees, Your Lumber, Your House
 

 

  • Alternative Forest Management
  • Native Shrub ID
  • Business Practices for Forest Landowners
  • How Wood Works
  • Tree Growth Modeling
  • Spacing and Thinning in Young Stands
  • Native Tree ID
  • Wells and Septic Tanks
  • Succession Planning
  • Useful Machines in the Woods
  • Tips for a Successful Harvest
  • Basic Forest Inventory
  • Forest Mushrooms
  • Portable Sawmilling
  • Fish Habitat

Contact Info

Lauren Grand

Email: Lauren.Grand@oregonstate.edu

Phone: (541) 344-5859