When: March 22-23, 2004
Where: Best Western-University Inn, Moscow
Sponsored by: Clearwater RC&D and affiliate groups
“Forests and Management are Changing—Are You Keeping UP?” is the theme of a two day conference for private forest landowners. The 2004 Idaho Forest Owners Association and Idaho Tree Farm Program Annual Meetings are being held in conjunction with the conference. On Wednesday following the conference, a tour will be held to look at a thinning and fuels reduction demonstration site in Latah County.
The conference will be comprised of four main sessions: Beyond the Fire Line, Managing Your Forestland, Policy Issues: Preparing for Change, and Managing and Marketing other Forest Resources. Eighteen separate topics will be presented that should be of great interest to non-industrial private forest landowners.
Country Living Expo 2004
March 26 – 28, 2004
Spokane County Fair and Expo Center, 404 N Havana (Broadway & Havana)
Northwest Management, Inc. will be an Exhibitor at the Expo. In it’s fifth year, the Country Living Expo is a show uniquely designed for people who live in the country. Approximately 120,000 property owners with two to 80 acres (32,000 in Spokane County along) comprise the target market area. Youth and Family Attractions include a Petting Zoo, and a Chick Giveaway on Sat.
Stop in and see us at the Expo!
Northwest Management, Inc. welcomes Bob Coats and Toby R. Brown to our staff!
Bob Coats brings a wealth of experience and will be a great support for our NIPF timber sale program and other forest management activities.
Toby Brown’s background includes inventory and forest management. He will be a great asset to our fire management and all- hazard management planning program.
Idaho-Washington Forest Owners Field Day
Saturday June 26, 2004 Troy, Idaho
Gate Opens: 8:00 AM Programs: 9am – 4pm
This year’s Field Day Topics include: Small Scale Forestry Equipment, Forest Insects & Diseases, Thinning & Pruning, Understanding the Timber Market & Selling Your Logs, Wildlife Habitat Enhancement, Weeds or Wealth?-Nontimber Forest Products
Courses that require advanced registration include: Hands-On Global Positioning System, and Riparian Ecology & Management
The entire event is outdoors and goes rain or shin. Dress for the weather.
Western Forestry Conservation Assocation (WFCA)
Forestry Conference December 7-8, 2004
Coeur d’Alene Resort at Coeur d’Alene, ID
This year’s theme: Where There Is Smoke, There is Fire:
The Interaction of Smoke, Fire and Forestry in the Management of Western Forests
Dec 7th General Session includes a variety of speakers on fire issues
Dec 8th includes Concurrent Technical Sessions
Register online: www.westernforestry.org
Northwest Management, Inc. Welcomes John A. Erixson as a Partner
John A. ErixsonJohn A. Erixson has worked with Northwest Management, Inc. since 1988. His continued efforts in all areas of forest and range management have supported NMI in its committment to provide a balanced approach to natural resource management. He is an admired asset to the company and we proudly welcome him as a business partner.
John will continue as area manager for the Deer Park, Coeur d’Alene, and Helena offices.
4th Annual Forester Forum
Intermountain Forest Association and Northwest Management, Inc.
When: February 17-18, 2005
Where: Coeur d’Alene Inn, Coeur d’Alene, ID
This two-day Forum is dedicated to providing Inland Northwest professsional foresters an opportunity to focus on their profession, learn new ideas, techniques and technologies and share information.
Forester Forum Web Site address www.consulting-foresters.com/foresterforum