Fall forestry workshops

Forestry and Wildlife Workshop

September 15, Carnation

Join Washington State Department of Natural Resources Forest Stewardship Wildlife Biologist Jim Bottorff for an in-depth workshop on forestry and wildlife. Topics covered will include understanding forest wildlife habitat, protecting and enhancing habitat during forest management activities, providing supplemental habitat (e.g. nest boxes), and controlling wildlife damage to trees. Registration is open but space is limited. Details and registration information are on the WSU-Snohomish County Extension website or by calling 425-357-6017.

Forest Health Workshop

October 6, Everett

Join Washington State Department of Natural Resources forest health specialists for an in-depth workshop on forest health. Topics covered will include forest health concepts and issues, Western Washington forest insects, Western Washington forest diseases, and abiotic impacts (e.g. drought, pollution, storm damage). Registration is open but space is limited. Details and registration information are available on the WSU-Snohomish County Extension website or by calling 425-357-6017.

Wind Damage Workshop

November 6, Preston

Join us this fall as we get into our windy season to learn about how to properly care for your trees and your forest before (prevention) and after (clean-up) a windstorm. This is a reprise of the popular workshop we did last year. Registration is open but space is limited. Details and registration information are available at the WSU-Snohomish County Extension website or by calling 425-357-6017.