Land Steward Field Training
September 13 @ 8:00 am - November 29 @ 5:00 pm$30 – $400
Have you been thinking about how you want take care of your property? Interested in formulating a written management plan for your property? Join Oregon State University’s Forestry and Natural Resources Extension for the Land Stewards field training in Jackson County. The Land Steward training helps folks living on rural land achieve their dreams for their property through weekly lessons, field visits, presentations from natural resource professionals, and the creation of a personalized land management plan. This field-based training helps you figure out what you have (and what you want) and how to care for it. It helps you clarify your goals and make a plan to get there.
Topics covered include creating a management plan; forest and woodland management; wildfire preparedness; wildlife habitat; stream ecosystems; healthy soils; pasture management; rural water-system management; rural economics and enterprise; and how to find resources and get help.
The training is based out of the Southern Oregon Research and Extension Center in Jackson County, Oregon and is held Tuesdays, 12-5 pm September 13 – November 29. It includes eight field days, many books and resources, an optional mentor visit, and much more.
$250 / $400 for couples (With 30 hrs. volunteer service)
Registration Deadline August 15, 2022
Save $50! Early Bird Registration until Aug. 1
For more information and to register, visit https://extension.oregonstate.edu/sorec/events/2022-land-steward-training-program or contact Rachel Werling, Land Steward Coordinator, at firstname.lastname@example.org or by calling (541) 776-7371, Ext. 211.