FREE Registration

Tuesday, June 16
10:00 – 11:30 a.m.

Instructor: Brad Withrow-Robinson, Forestry and Natural Resources Extension Agent, Oregon State University, Corvallis, OR.

So let’s say you have planted and successfully established a new stand of trees and they are above the weeds and free to grow. Congratulations! But now what?

Ironically, many young conifer stands (age 5-15) have too many trees for their own good, and will become much too crowded before they are big enough for a thinning harvest. Overcrowding stresses trees and may limit your options for developing forest diversity or other options. This class specifically addresses young stands age 15 or younger and will help you assess the need for thinning, the right number of trees for your situation, and ways to accomplish a young stand thinning when needed. 

2 AOL Pro-Logger credits


Tuesday, June 16
3:00 – 4:30 p.m. 

Instructor: Rob Clark, Owner, Clark’s Lawn & Garden, Oregon City, OR.

Our power equipment runs great...until it doesn’t. This is a basic level class covering the common causes of small engine problems and what you can do to avoid them, needed maintenance you can do, and practices you can use to extend the working life of your equipment. The class is taught by a man with 43 years of experience in repair, maintenance, and sales, across the range of power equipment used in woodland management. Briggs and Stratton Master Certified, Honda Master Certified, Kohler Master Certified, STIHL Factory Gold Certified.

2 AOL Pro-Logger credits
Coming up Next Week

June 23, 10:00 a.m.
Free Online Forestry Planning

FREE Registration | Webinar description

June 23, 3:00 p.m.
 Insects in the Trees: Pest or Non-Pest?

Free Registration | Webinar description

View our Tree School Online Class Guide for instructor resources, class descriptions, past videos, and the full calendar. 
We’re working with the Partnership for Forestry Education to bring you this free 15-week series of webinars. You’ll hear from OSU and other experts on key topics that address the goals and challenges faced by local forest landowners.
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