The College of Forestry's Extension programs deliver research-based, objective information about forests to help people solve problems, develop leadership, and manage resources wisely.
The College of Forestry boasts one of the broadest set of forestry, natural resources and renewable materials experts in the nation. The College faculty share their knowledge through a variety of recurring and one-time outreach programs, including workshops, conferences and short courses designed for academics, working professionals, and the general public. Events are offered both on-campus and at selected venues around the state.
- Forestry and Natural Resources Extension Program
- Oregon Master Naturalist
- Oregon Natural Resources Education Program
- Oregon Wood Innovation Center
- Pacific Northwest Agroforestry Working Group
- Starker Lecture Series
- Wood Magic
Forestry outreach events are offered at the discretion of the College and its faculty. Topics, locations and dates will be established to best meet the interests of the instructors, and the perceived needs and availability of the intended audiences. Events may be offered free, or may require registration fees to cover speakers, materials, venue or food.
Cancellation requests for any event with a registration fee need to be made in writing no later than three weeks before the scheduled start date. Requests made on or before that three week date will be eligible for a full refund. Refunds will not be granted for cancellation requests made after the three week date. Substitutions for attendance may be allowed. Exact dates, and any exceptions to this policy will be listed under the specific scheduled event.