Lane County NEW Website
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Quarterly Board Meetings are held at ODF West Lane District and East Lane District Offices on alternate meeting dates, and please feel free to contact a Board member below for more information!
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The Quarterly Bark Newsletter
The Quarterly Bark is the joint newsletter for Benton, Lane, Linn, and Lincoln County OSWA chapters. You can access current and past editions here.
Lane County OSWA Chapter News & Events
The ZOOM meeting started at 6pm: Chapter Business (reports, elections, 2021 program reviews, etc.) Rick Zenn (OSWA Executive Director) presented the OSWA update and legislative spotlights KEYNOTE Presentation was given by Joan Hagar, PhD. (OSU 2004) From Environmentalist to Forest Ecologist: Lessons learned from a career studying forest birdsJoan Hagar is a Research Wildlife Biologist […]
Yamhill Chapter Newsletter – The Snag – March 2022 Download .pdf
Yamhill Chapter Schedule 3 Mar 2022 Download .pdf
YCSWA Upcoming Meetings and Events 12-03-2021 Download .pdf
Yamhill Chapter Newsletter – The Snag – December 2021 Download .pdf
YCSWA Upcoming Meetings and Events 11-10-2021 Download .pdf
Kraus Family Tree Farm Oct 16th Mini-Tour by Rita Adams With a warming fire provided by Van Decker, owners Rita Adams, Beverly Crabtree and John Krause welcomed 20 fellow tree farmers to their tree farm. Harold and Betty Krause spent over 40 years logging and thinning. Removing over 1700MBF on their 40 acre tree farm. […]
YCSWA 2021-2022 2021-10-26 Download .pdf
YCSWA 2021-2022 10-18-2021 Download .pdf
(Article and photos provided by David Hibbs) Crestmont Farm Family and Ed Easterling have done incredible things with this property. The property is divided into 3 units, each with different management plans. The first management unit focuses on commercial timber production with some thoughtful consideration of diversity and habitat improvement. The second unit is managed […]