WEEKEND: Field day set for owners of forestlands
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It will be at the University of Washington Olympic Natural Resources Center, 1455 S. Forks Ave.
The fee for those who have not pre-registered is $30 per person or $40 per family.
Instructed by the state's recognized experts in forest management, wildlife habitat and other forest stewardship disciplines, this “out-in-the-woods” educational event will provide information for landowners with any acreage.
The field day has not been held on the West End of the Peninsula for more than 10 years.
It is designed to prepare landowners to plan and execute management activities that meet their personal objectives, reduce risks and protect their financial investment.
Absentee landowners with property on the North Olympic Peninsula are especially encouraged to attend.
Participants can choose from a wide variety of classes and activities taught by specialists in forest health, wildlife habitat, weed control, wildfire protection, timber and non-timber forest products, using global positioning systems, chain saw safety and maintenance, and forestland security and safety.
Presenters will be available to answer questions specific to a property situation.
Youth activities will be available all day.
For more information, visit www.forestry.wsu.edu or phone the WSU Clallam County Extension Office at 360-417-2279.
Last modified: August 22. 2013 7:11PM