Build your forest management toolbox
This series of practical educational webinars will equip you with the background and techniques needed to manage forests for a wide range of objectives. Tailored to eastern Oregon forests, we’ll progress from foundational concepts to specific considerations for our region’s forest types. Brought to you by Oregon State University Extension Service, the My Blue Mountains Woodlands Partnership, the Klamath-Lake Forest Health Partnership, and the Partnership for Forestry Education.
Each session includes approximately 90 minutes of web-based presentation, with opportunities to interact with the instructors to have your questions answered.
Selected Thursday evenings, (6:00 p.m. to approximately 7:30 p.m.) beginning January 14, 2021
Register once to participate in any or all of the sessions. Once registered you will receive information on how to connect through your personal computer, tablet, and/or smart phone.
Need Continuing Education Credits? Each session qualifies for CEU’s as follows:
This site will provide a wealth of information to help you get the most from the series, and will serve as the archive of the presentations (so you can view them later if you miss one or want to see it again).
- Society of American Foresters. 1.5 credit hours per session. Watch the session and note the meeting keyword. Complete this form and submit it to Jacob Putney.
- Oregon Professional Logger (Associated Oregon Loggers). 1.5 credit hours per session. Email Jacob Putney following each session you attend and ask that he notify AOL of your participation.
- International Society of Arboriculture. ISA has not pre-approved these sessions, but allows members to submit this form, along with proof of attendance. Contact Jacob Putney to obtain proof of attendance.