Forest Health in Oregon

"Forest Health in Oregon: State of the State 2012" is a one-day conference and continuing education event designed to synthesize the current forest health conditions of Oregon forests by focusing on mortality agents and other factors that negatively impact forest trees.  The conference is for those interested in Oregon forests, particularly foresters, forest managers, environmentalists, resource professionals, and woodland owners.  Topics include Forest Insect Pests, Forest Tree Diseases, Hardwoods, Vertebrate Damage, Non-Native Invasive Forest Pests and Weeds, and Fire. The program is designed to give participants access to scientists during extended panel question periods.  At lunch, we will have themed tables where forest health specialists and scientists will be represented so participants can engage in discussions on their preferred topics in a relaxed setting.

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Co-sponsors:
OSU College of Forestry
OSU Forestry and Natural Resources Extension
OSU Dept. of Forest Engineering, Resources, and Management
OSU Dept. of Forest Ecosystems and Society
Oregon Department of Forestry
Swiss Needle Cast Cooperative
Oregon Forest Resources Institute
Oregon Department of Agriculture/Plant Division
USFS Forest Health Protection
NW Fire Science Consortium
USDA Agricultural Plant Health Inspection Service,
Corvallis, Oregon Field Station

Continuing Education Credits:
SAF - CFE Category 1 (7 credits)
Oregon Pro Logger (8 credits)

International Society of Arboriculture (ISA) Credits:
Certified Arborist (7.5 credits)
Municipal Specialist (7.5 credits)
BCMA-Science (3.5 credits)
BCMA-Practice (1.75 credits)
BCMA-Management (2.25 credits)