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From Trickle to Torrent:

Do Forests and Forestry Matter?

Thursday, December 13, 2012 6:30 PM - 8:30 PM

The long, dry summer and early fall of 2012 was a good reminder of the importance of our water resources, even for the so-called "wetside" of Oregon.  Rising streams and rivers are welcome but other issues emerge as storms and runoff reach extreme levels.  And whether it's wet or dry, with all the forest and forestry around us, questions and concerns often come to mind about how our local forest lands affect both the quantity and the quality of streams and rivers.  The Pacific Northwest has a long history of research and analysis of these forest and water issues, and this program will highlight and explain both old and new findings that help us understand and deal with these important resource concers.

The speaker will be Paul Adams, a Professor and Forest Watershed Extension Specialist in the OSU Forest Engineering, Resources and Management Department.  Paul has been involved with education and studies of forestry and soil and water resources for over 3 decades.

Please pre-register by December 11th.

Off Campus
Douglas County Extension Office
1134 SE Douglas Avenue
Your time & interest
Holly Burton
1-541-672-4461 ir 1-800-883-7568
holly.burton at oregonstate.edu
Douglas County Extension
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