The Continuing and Professional Education Program in the OSU College of Forestry provides affordable, high-quality continuing education and professional development to working professionals in forestry, natural resource, and related fields.
Forest Health in Oregon 2022: State of the State
We seek to inform foresters, forest industry, agency forest managers, small woodland owners, forestry and natural resources extension volunteers and agents, and anyone interested in forest health in Oregon, about important issues that influence forest health. In 2022 we are also focused on tree decline issues regarding western redcedar, big leaf maple, and Douglas-fir. More information and registration details.