OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Previous CE Opportunities

Presented By: 
Western Forestry Conservation Association
Location: 

The Heathman Lodge in Vancouver, WA

January 27, 2015 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Richard Zabel
Contact Phone: 
503.226.4562
Contact Email: 

Attend this event for in-depth discussion and analysis on forest product market challenges, opportunities, threats, and issues for 2015 and beyond in the North American West Coast timberland region.

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Presented By: 
Committee For Family Forestlands and Others
Location: 

OSU's CH2M Hill Alumni Center Corvallis, OR

January 26, 2015 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Jen Rains
Contact Email: 

The Committee for Family Forestlands has identified a need for understanding, describing and finding ways to improve the myriad of taxes related to forest and forestland ownership that family forest landowners pay. These taxes potentially affect family forestland managers by encouraging and/or discouraging sound forest management. Tax costs and policies may also determine whether families are able or willing to keep forestland in forest use and/or in family ownership. 

This symposium will focus on tax issues and identify areas where additional education may be needed or where tax policy and other values may conflict.

To register, visit taxsymposium.eventbrite.com

Scholarships are available.

If you are interested in supporting this event, please contact Jen Rains at .

Presented By: 
Western Forestry Conservation Association
Location: 

Double Tree Hotel in Portland, OR

December 4, 2014 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Richard Zabel
Contact Phone: 
503.226.4562
Contact Email: 

This workshop will give you simple techniques for measuring logging productivity , identifying top performers, and having confidence in projecting deliverables.

Presented By: 
Western Forestry Conservation Association
Location: 

Portland, OR

November 19, 2014 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Western Forestry Conservation Association
Contact Email: 

This is the 4th annual Field Technology Conference. Come out to Portland, OR to learn about the latest and greatest technologies to assist in field work, have your hardware and software issues diagnosed, or check out a "Lightning Talk". Throughout the confeerence, there will be many opportunities for networking with colleagues and participating in hands-on demonstrations. For more information, and/or to register for the event, see the WFCA website.

Presented By: 
Oregon State University
Location: 

Linn County Fairgrounds Albany, OR

November 18, 2014 - 12:00AM

Land managers, landowners and biologists are invited to spend a day learning about migratory songbirds and the importance of early seral habitats. The goal of this one-day symposium is to advance our understanding of early seral habitats and how to manage for the species that depend on it. This symposium is FREE. Space is limited so please register early.

REGISTER HERE

Presented By: 
OSU College of Forestry & USFS PNW Region
Location: 

Oregon State University College of Forestry

November 17, 2014 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Mike Barger
Contact Phone: 
503.808.2928
Contact Email: 

This week-long module will accommodate SAHLI graduates and others who have background in Skyline Analysis and Field Unit Layouts. In the module, we will explore single and multi-span analysis and layout, landing locations, rigging trees, guylines, tailholds, and how the collection of these elements are brought together to create safe and feasible skyline and timber sale settings. If you are not sure if you qualify to register, please contact Mike Barger at the USFS to discuss. The course costs $250.

Presented By: 
OSU, Ntl Agroforestry Center, Benton SWCD, NRCS
Location: 

Children's Farm Home Historic Old School Corvallis, OR

October 21, 2014 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Badege Bishaw
Contact Email: 

Join us at the Children’s Farm Home Historic Old School in Corvallis (4455 NE Highway 20) for this informative, hands-on workshop. Learn basic Agroforestry concepts, practical applications, and practice design considerations specific to the Pacific Northwest.

To register, visit:
http://oregonswcs.org/

Participants will:

Attend a general session on:
•commonly used agroforestry practices
•opportunities for technical and financial support
•relevant state regulations that may impact implementation
Discuss design parameters, management considerations, and environmental and economic impacts.
Attend a field trip to a local agroforestry operation.
Interact with agroforestry practitioners and professionals

Who Should Attend?
Landowners,  Crop Consultants, Conservation Planners, and Students.
Anyone interested in Agroforestry is welcome to attend!

Cost:

SWCS Members: $75
Non-Members: $100
Students: $50
Note: Registration Fee includes materials and meals during the workshop.

 


Presented By: 
Western Forestry Conservation Association
Location: 

Heathman Lodge, Vancouver, WA

October 16, 2014 - 12:00AM
Contact Name: 
Western Forestry Conservation Association
Contact Email: 

Join the PNW Reforestation Council for a day-long discussion of methods, techniques, and best practices surrounding reforestation in the PNW. For more information, and/or to register for the event, see the WFCA website.

Presented By: 
Terry Brown
Location: 

Oregon State University

September 15, 2014 - 12:00AM
Presented By: 
Linda Caudill (Virginia Tech)
Location: 

Oregon State University

September 15, 2014 - 12:00AM

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