Events

Our Resilient Forestry Tours scheduled this summer

JUNE
Resilient Forestry Tour at Willow-Witt Forest – CANCELLED

Near the Cascade-Siskiyou National Monument in Southern Oregon

Join us for a beautiful walk among the diverse woods of a sustainably-managed forest!

WHAT: Saturday, June 22, 2019 – this tour has been cancelled
WHEN: Willow-Witt Ranch – 30 minutes from Ashland, OR 97520
Join us for a look into the healthy ecosystem created through sustainable forest management and how this strategy can be used to sequester carbon and sustain healthy air and water in the face of climate change. Suzanne Willow and Lanita Witt own Willow-Witt Ranch, a 445-acre gem in Southern Oregon’s high country. In this magical valley they are restoring a working forest, a functioning wetland and a small farm, and honoring ancestral origins.

Suzanne and Lanita will lead us on a guided tour through stands of resilient woods. Oregon forests are at serious risk from increases in disease, drought, and wildfires due to climate change. We’ll hear their perspective on forest resiliency based on their experience managing for long term health along with financial yield.

JULY
Resilient Forestry Tour at Shady Creek Forest

in Western Lane County
Saturday, July 20, 2019 from 10 am – 1 pm

Registration required->>

Join us for a beautiful walk among the diverse woods of a sustainably-managed forest!

WHAT: Resilient Forestry Tour in Western Lane County
WHEN: Saturday, July 20, 2019 from 10 am – 1 pm
WHERE: Shady Creek Forest – About 45 minutes West of Eugene
COST: $5 registration fee (to cover minor expenses)

Join us for a look into the healthy ecosystem created through sustainable forest management and how this strategy can be used to sequester carbon and sustain healthy air and water in the face of climate change. David Eisler, owner of Shady Creek Forest, will lead us on a guided tour through stands of resilient woods. Oregon forests are at serious risk from increases in disease, drought, and wildfires due to climate change. We’ll hear David’s perspective on forest resiliency based on his experience managing for long term health along with financial yield.


 

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