Whether you own a “home in the woods” or many acres of land, Forest and Range Owners Field Days can help you accomplish your forestland management objectives, reduce risks, and protect your financial investment. These low-fee educational events are co-sponsored by DNR and Washington State University Extension. Each Field Day features classes and hands-on workshops led by experts in forest and range health, wildlife habitat, grazing, soils, fire protection, forestry skills, and timber and non-timber forest products.
The next Field Day is June 22 at a private ranch near Tonasket (register by June 14). More Forest and Range Owners Field Days are coming up, including a Field Day in Sumas on July 27 and one to be held in Forks on August 27.
Keep informed about these and other educational, landowner assistance events, courses and workshops in DNR’s Small Forest Landowner News, a bi-monthly e-newsletter that’s free and chock full of information articles for anyone who owns forestland or, really, any land.
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