OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Pacific Northwest Agroforestry Working Group


Training the next generation of agroforesters Alleycropping
 Training the next generation of agroforesters Alleycropping with black walnut and native grasses Hedgerows, riparian buffers, and goats for weed management

 

The Pacific Northwest (PNW) Agroforestry Work Group was formed in May 2013 to assess the current status of PNW agroforestry education, research, and outreach activities.

Agroforestry is the scientific exploration of land management that intentionally includes woody perennials, in order to meet the needs of land-stewards and positively contribute towards environmental, social, and economic resilience.

Our mission is to work as a collaborative group of academics, extension agents, and land-stewards to promote agroforestry awareness and adoption, as well as facilitate research and demonstration in the Pacific Northwest.

We hold monthly meetings from September through June at Oregon State University, as well as provide call-in availability through web-ex. Monthly meetings involve updates on agroforestry efforts, presentations by one or more of our members to facilitate feedback from the group, the occasional field trip, and agroforestry opportunities including research, grant writing, and publications.

We welcome you to attend!

If you would like to join our meetings and/or email list please contact Badege Bishaw at: badege.bishaw@oregonstate.edu

Contact Sonia Bruck at sonia.bruck@oregonstate.edu if you would like to join our google group: https://groups.google.com/forum/#!forum/pnw-agroforestry-research-and-extension