A monthly collection of woodland-related events, resources, and updates from OSU Extension
for our neighbors in Marion, Clackamas, Multnomah, and Hood River counties.
Thank you to everyone who has participated in Tree School Online so far. The full schedule can now be found on the Know Your Forest registration page and the OSU Class Guide website. You may also find videos for past classes on either page.
If you did not get a chance to participate in "COVID-19 and the Oregon Forest Sector", you can view it by clicking the picture below.
The Oregon State University Extension Land Steward course is designed for small to medium acreage landowners to deepen knowledge and understanding of their property. Registration will be open until the end of this week, June 5.
That's right! OSU Extension Forestry and Natural Resources now have a YouTube channel. The State EFNR programs have come together as a team so that we can share all of the educational videos we have been working on lately. Stay tuned for videos from your local Extension Forester, Glenn Ahrens!
Peter Matzka at Hopkins with online education in the forest on the Hopkins Facebook page. Review of how to measure the board foot volume of a standing tree using a diameter tape and clinometer plus a fun alternative way you can try this at home.
Measuring the Board Foot Volume of a tree. Peter Matzka at Hopkins.
LEARN BY DOING -- IT'S THE HOPKINS WAY WE MANAGE OUR FOREST!
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