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Summer greetings from your Extension Forester!

Here it is three months since our last Woodland Notes newsletter and we are still in the throes of the coronavirus pandemic. Given the ongoing uncertainty about re-opening, we will continue to focus our education efforts on remote learning options while we await developments with the re-opening process under our various jurisdictions (State, OSU, & County). We are planning only limited in-person events with very small groups. Our Clackamas County Extension Office has resumed limited operations with staff (public by appointment only) and if all goes well, we will open to the public under “Phase II resumption” on July 15. 
Click HERE to read Glenn's full letter.

Best wishes for you and your trees to stay healthy this summer! 
 
Glenn Ahrens,
OSU Extension Forester, Clackamas, Marion, Hood River Counties

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IN THIS EDITION OF WOODLAND NOTES
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Thinning and Selective Management of Maturing Douglas-Fir Forests  (Part 2) 
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Wildfire in Our Forests: How Extension Is Taking Action and so Can You
Fire season is officially upon us here in Oregon. It is not always obvious to many of us in the Willamette Valley since we get so much rain during the rainy season. However, it is important to remember that even short periods without rain along with extreme...
Christmas Tree Updates: Finding the Answer
One of my favorite sketches in the old Garrison Keillor radio hour was Guy Noir, Private Eye, and his search to find answers to “life’s persistent questions.”  While I will never have Keillor’s knack for humor, I’d like to offer some tips about finding answers to “life’s persistent questions.”
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