Family and Small Acreage Forestry

Keep your forests healthy with coached planning course

DEER PARK, Wash. – For landowners in eastern Washington, the fall Forest Stewardship Coached Planning course is an opportunity to gain management skills to keep forests healthy and thriving. The hands-on course for forest landowners or those interested in owning forest land will take place 6-9 p.m. Wednesdays, Sept. 4-Oct. 23, at the Deer Park […]

Forest stewardship: WSU class offers path to healthy trees, cost savings

EVERETT, Wash. – Landowners in the Seattle region are invited to a Washington State University Extension forest education series held in two locations this fall. Forest Stewardship Coached Planning will be offered on Vashon Wednesday evenings starting Oct. 3, and in Bellevue Thursday evenings starting Oct. 4. The class is taught by WSU forestry faculty […]

Ponderosa Pine Field Day Slated for Sept. 10 in Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge

CHENEY, Wash. — The Ponderosa Pine Field Day at the Turnbull National Wildlife Refuge in Cheney will highlight the “web of life” surrounding a key tree species of the inland Pacific Northwest, Pinus ponderosa. Open to the public, the Sept. 10 field day is designed to educate property owners who have ponderosa pine on their […]

Top Ranking, Asparagus, Forestry

WSU Plant, Animal Scientists Ranked 13th Internationally Plant and animal scientists at WSU are among the most productive and most impactful in the world, according to rankings recently released by Thomson Reuters. In its July 2010 “Essential Science Indicators,” the business and professional information gathering company ranked WSU 13th in the world and sixth in […]