FORESTRY AND NATURAL RESOURCES
OSU Extension Service Forestry and Natural Resources Program serves woodland owners and stewards, forest products industry and workforce, Christmas tree growers, agencies and municipalities, and outdoor enthusiasts.
With access to the latest research and innovations at Oregon State and other institutions, we serve you with a local, regional, and statewide presence. Our team is comprised of foresters and social scientists, specialists in forest insect and disease, wildfire, ecology and natural history, business and public policy, timber harvesting, watersheds and fish, wildlife, wood products and manufacturing. Our diverse backgrounds and interests allow us to work closely as a team to help you find answers no matter what your question.
We serve as a trusted voice on forest collaborative groups and community-based partnerships across the state using our independent and objective scientific expertise and facilitation skills to help solve complicated issues.
CONNECT WITH US
Find us learning by doing at Hopkins Demonstration Forest or dreaming about trees at the Oregon City Extension Office. Feel free to connect with us in person or online with any questions.
FOLLOW AND TAG
VOLUNTEERS NEEDED FOR COMMUNITY FOREST DAYS
WHEN: Second Saturday 8:30 am – 2:30 pm
WHERE: 16750 S. Brockway Rd, Oregon City
Spend a day in the woods working on projects that help protect, preserve and improve Hopkins for generations to come. Projects vary monthly by need.
Forestry and Natural Resources Extension brings scientific knowledge and expertise to our communities, ensuring our forests are resilient and continue to provide the wide array of benefits that Oregonians treasure — now and always.