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Oak Woodland Ecology & Management

Jackson County

Tuesday, March 6, 2018 9:00 AM - 1:00 PM

This half-day workshop is designed for land owners who have oak woodlands, but is open to all. We will review the basic biology of oaks and oak woodlands found here in the Rogue Basin and Northern California. Included will be descriptions of wildlife and birds that are dependent on oaks, guidelines for managing oak habitat, a review of the status of oak habitat and oak woodlands in this area, and a list of potential opportunities to restore oak woodlands. Following a classroom presentation, we’ll carpool to Lower Table Rock for a relaxed hike of up to 2 miles to view oak woodlands, included areas that have been recently thinned to reduce fire threats and restore habitat.
With Terry Fairbanks: Terry is a retired BLM silviculturist who works to restore oak habitat on federal and private lands. She is active with the Klamath Siskiyou Oak Network (KSON) locally and works with her husband to release oaks on their own property.
$10/person, $15/couple

More information: See flyer
Register: http://bit.ly/JacksonCountyForestry or call (541)776-7371

Max Bennett
max.bennett at oregonstate.edu
Forestry & Natrl Res Ext
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