Forest Stewardship Coached Planning – Online
Thursdays, 6:00 – 9:00PM
January 24 – March 7
Field Trip on Saturday, March 2
*first class will start at 5:30PM
Natural beauty, wildlife, ecosystem health, harvest income, family ties, privacy, and peace and quiet are some of the many reasons people value their forestland. Whatever your values are, this comprehensive university-based forestry class will help you get the most out of the land you love. Whether you have just a few wooded acres or a larger forest tract, if you have trees on your property, this class is for you. In this series of classes, landowners are “coached” through the process of writing a forest management plan for their property based on their own management objectives. Your management plan is a key to accessing resources for small forest landowners in this area, such as reduced property taxes, cost-share assistance programs, and becoming a DNR certified stewardship forest.
Course fee is $220 per household/ownership and includes seven live webinars taught by state-recognized experts, a field trip, a digital reference library, aerial photos and maps of your property, a copy of Native Trees of Western Washington, a forest measurement tool, and a personal site visit from a professional forester! Register before January 11th and save $30! Space is limited and is first-come, first-served.
This course will be offered via live, interactive webinars. A high-speed internet connection (e.g. DSL, cable) is needed. Dial-up will not work. You can access the webinars with your computer or mobile device.
Contact Patrick Shults