Effective Forest Roads workshop

Effective Forest Roads: Keep legal, reduce costs & protect water quality
Learn to assess your existing road for potential problems and prioritize repairs. Workshop covers maintenance and improvement techniques, water quality and aquatic habitat concerns, regulations, contracts, technical and financial assistance available to small woodland owners.  The workshop starts in the morning with an indoor session, then will be in the field in the afternoon. We will car pool from class to field site
Registration Includes snacks and a copy of the book Managing Woodland Roads Field Guide
Instructors: Francisca Belart, OSU Forestry & Natural Resources Extension (FNR) Extension harvest Specialist, Jon Sounder, OSU FNR Extension Watershed Specialist, Steve Kendall, ODF Stewardship Forester, Linn County, and Brad Withrow-Robinson, OSU FNR Extension agent for Benton, Linn and Polk Counties.

AOL credits available

Date: Saturday, March 16, 2019
Time: 9 AM to 4 PM
Classroom Location:
Linn-Benton Community College Lebanon Center Annex, 44 Industrial Way, Lebanon, OR 97355
Fee: $15 individual/$20 pair sharing materials
Advanced registration required, deadline extended to 5 PM, Tuesday, March 12.
Online registration or call the Benton Extension office 541-766-6311

Questions about the class: email
Registration info email

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