Forest and Range Owners Field Day
Washington State University — Cooperative Extension
June 14, 2008
Whether you own a few acres or a large tract of land, this educational event is for you! You will learn how to plan and implement sound forest and range management practices. Join the more than 5,500 people who have already attended these events across Idaho, Oregon, and Washington.
Highlight of Forest Topics: Wildfire Risk Reduction, Thinning and Pruning, Forest Health, Hands-on Forest Health Assessment, Wildlife Habitat Enhancement, Wildlife Damage Control, Special Forest Products, Managing Your Forest “After the Burn”, Noxious Weed Control, Working with Consulting Foresters and Managing Your Timber Sale, Forestland Taxation
Highlight of Range Topics: Grazing Following Wildfire, Determining Appropriate Stocking Rates, Species Selection and Establishment Methods for Rangeland Seeding, Rangeland Health Assessment Tools, Cost-Incentive Programs for Rangeland.
Visit our Booth at the 48th Annual Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show March 20-23, 2008
With 130,000 sq ft of exhibition space, the show boasts a wide array of outdoor oriented vendors, guides and non-profit exhibitors. Over 240 exhibitors annually come from all over. Each year the Big Horn Show hosts 30,000 enthusiasts to four days of fun and excitement. The Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show is a family event filled with volunteer spirit and over 50 years of tradition. Check the website www.wildlifecouncil.com/bighornsubsite for more information.
A Conference for Family Forest Landowners and Managers
This year’s theme for the Family Forest Landowners meeting in Moscow is Earth, Water, Fire and Trees” Forest Owner Issues.
March 17-18, 2008 University Inn Best Western Contact information: www.clearwaterrcd.org for information and registration, or give us a call at 208 883-4488.