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Announcements 2013

Family Forest Landowners & Managers Conference & Exposition

March 24-25, 2014 at the University Inn Best Western, Moscow, ID. Theme: It’s Your Land: Raising the Bar. Topics: Beginnings of Land Ethics, Fire & Timber Salvage, Marketing Logs, Idaho Forest Practices Act & More! Registration

5th Annual Helena Montana Landowner Conference

The Montana Forest Stewardship Foundation & Northwest Management, Inc. invite you to plan to attend the 5th Annual Landowner Conference in Helena, MT at the Red Lion Colonial Hotel, May 23, 2014.  The conference is dedicated to providing landowners with high quality natural resource topics presented by professionals in the Inland Northwest. Information will be available on this website. Contact Gary at . Hope to see you there!

Washington-Idaho Forest Owners Field Day

Saturday July 13, 8:00 AM – 4:00 PM, University of Idaho Experimental Forest, Princeton, ID; Visit for detailed presentations and map of the area.

Aerial Spraying for Spruce Budworm Control

Northwest Management, Inc. in coordination with Boyd Morgan of Quality Spraying Service, Belgrade, MT has been conducting aerial spraying for spruce budworm control for private landowners throughout Montana. Aerial spraying is an effective method of controlling western spruce budworm populations during active infestations.

Inland Empire 2012 SAF Field Forester Award

Jared Richardson, Northwest Management, Inc. was awarded the Inland Empire 2012 SAF Field Forester Award.  The purpose of this Award is to recognize foresters who have dedicated their professional careers to the application of forestry on the ground using sound, scientific methods and adaptive management strategies. Practitioners often operate in nearly complete anonymity, yet their actions are one of the most important and visible contributions to the viability and understanding of the forestry profession.  It is important to recognize those who perform the art and science of forestry each and every day. Congratulations Jared!

IFPC-Annual  Sustainable Forestry Tour for Teachers and Counselors June 24-28, 2013

Through the Sustainable Forestry Tour teachers and school counselors explore the social, economic and ecological aspects of sustainable forestry. Once the participant arrives at the tour, s/he is treated as a VIP! They are immersed in sustainable forestry issues with valuable information, concepts and activities to bring back to school. Our goal is to have participants visit private, state and federal foreststour wood and paper mills and a seedling nursery; see an active timber harvesting operation; walk in managed forest stands of differing ages; and experience proven classroom activities to address tour topics with their students. They will learn directly from the natural resource professionals who care for our forests, and those who provide products we all use every day. Participants leave with abundant information and resources to explore sustainable forestry and related careers with their students.Northwest Management, Inc. is proud to be one of the many annual sponsors of this Tour!

Montana Forest Landowner and MT Society of American Foresters joint Conference

MT Society of American Foresters Joint Conference, April 19, 2013   Red Lion Colonial Hotel – Helena, MT
“Managing Montana Forests for Resiliency”

Program by: The Montana Forest Stewardship Foundation, Northwest Management, Inc., and MT SAF

Sessions include: Conservation Easements, Soils, Silvicultural, Wildlife, Social, and Economic Management for Resiliency
For more information and registration click on the “Events” tab on this website.

Idaho Forest Landowners and Manager Conference

March 25, 26, 2013, University Inn Best Western, Moscow, Idaho
Theme: Family Forest Owners at Work: A Blueprint for Successful Stewarship.
Website: or (208) 683-3168 for information
Topics: Planning, Fire, Learning-Connecting Landowners, Phenology, Taxation, and more!

Washington Landowners

50% Cost-Share funds are available for landowners in WA who need a new or updated Forest Stewardship Plan. Funds are also available through the same program to perform non-commercial thinning and slash treatment, also at 50% with a not-to-exceed amount.  Interested landowners should contact Northwest Management, Inc. Deer Park, WA office 509-276-4699 or email  for more information. Let us help you with your forestry needs!

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