|Chapter President||Hal Hagglundfirstname.lastname@example.org|
|WHEN||WHO – WHAT – WHERE|
|Social half hour at 6:30pm,
Meeting at 7:00pm.
Meetings are open to all – You need not be a member to attend.
|Wednesday, January 23, 2019 7pm||Hunting
by Bill Dollar, Yamhill Co. president of Oregon Hunter’s Association. (arranged by Susan)
|Wednesday, February 27, 2019 7pm||Forest Insects
by Christine Buhl, PhD, Forest Entomolgist, Oregon Dept. of Forestry.
|Wednesday, March 27, 2019 7pm||Forest Policy Issues
by Seth Barnes, Director of Forest Policy, Oregon Forest & Industries Council. (arranged by Mike)
|Wednesday, April 24, 2019 7pm||Effects of Climate Change in Douglas-fir Forests
by Dave Shaw, professor, O.S.U. College of Forestry and Extension Forest Health Specialist. (arranged by Susan)
|Wednesday, May 22, 2019; Social Hour 6:00pm, Dinner 6:30pm||Annual Banquet
Program and venue to be determined.
|WHEN||WHO – WHAT – WHERE|
|Tuesday, January 15, 2019||FREE Native Woody Plant Propagation Workshop
Join Marion County Master Gardeners’ Association for a Native Woody Plant Propagation Workshop at the Willamette Heritage Center (Mission Mill) on January 15, 2019. The workshop will be held in the Dye House, 1313 Mill St. SE, Salem from 6:00 pm – 8:00 pm.
PRE-REGISTRATION REQUIRED. Register online at https://marioncomga.org/event-registration
|Wednesday, January 23, 2019||Horning Seed Orchard Tour
27004 S Sheckly Rd., Colton, Oregon
with Marion-Polk Chapter.
|Spring, 2019||Master Woodland Manager Training
I am very excited to announce that our next local MWM training is coming right up, in spring 2019! This class will span Washington, Yamhill, Polk and Benton Counties under the shared direction of Brad Withrow-Robinson and myself. We have dates nailed down (starting April 6th) and applications will be available within the next two weeks. We have limited space in the class – so if you know of anyone that you think would be a great candidate for the MWM training, please send their names my way so that I can send them an application. Additionally, some of you in Washington and Yamhill Counties can expect to hear from me after the New Year about helping out here or there with some of the class sessions. I am hoping to combine a Columbia County MWM class with Clatsop County a couple years down the road.
Finally, please let me know if you have an updated email, have moved, or have other pertinent life updates. I would like to share will you that we lost one of our MWM’s, Art Dummer (class of 2000) who sadly passed away this fall. Art was active in Washington County for a very long time and will be missed.
Thanks again for all that you do and hope to see you in 2019. Have a wonderful holiday season,
Amy Grotta, Associate Professor
RECENT PAST EVENTS:
|WHEN||WHO – WHAT|
|Wednesday, September 26, 2018; 7pm||Status of Native Fish in Oregon
by Conrad Gowell, Fellowship Program Director, and Board Member Doug DeRoy of the Native Fish Society. (arranged by Leonard)
|Wednesday, October 24, 2018; 7pm||How Tree Growth Affects Properties of Wood and Oregon Big-leaf Maple Syrup
by Barbara Lachenbruch, professor emeritus, O.S.U. College of Forestry.
|Wednesday, November 28, 2018; 7pm||Forest Herbicides
by Bruce Kelpsas, herbicide specialist.
|Oregon Forest Resource Institute||http://OregonForests.org|
|Brad & Amy’s TreeTopics Blog:||http://blogs.oregonstate.edu/treetopics|
|Tall Timber Topics Quarterly Newsletter:||http://extension.oregonstate.edu/newsletter/tall-timber-topicss|
|Join OSWA online||http://www.oswa.org/view-available-memberships|
|Download OSWA Membership Application||http://www.oswa.org/images/docs/OSWA-Membership-2015-printable-application.pdf|
BYLAWS for OSWA YAMHILL CHAPTER:
Current Chapter Bylaws version May 26, 2004.
Yamhill is an energetic, friendly and fun chapter to be a part of.
Web Page Last Updated: 01-13-2019