Date: February 28, 2012
Time: 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.
Place: OSU Alumni Center, Corvallis, OR
Join us for an update on the current issues that surround forestry and water, including paired watershed studies, herbicides and runoff, silviculture as point or non-point source pollution, roads and sediment, stream buffers and temperature, Oregon Plan for Salmon & Watersheds, fish passage simulation, Clean Water Act, state-by-state comparison for forest road BMPs, and Oregon’s cold water and antidegradation standards.
For more information email Mike Cloughesy:
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Oregon Forest Resources Institute
The Oregon Legislature created the Oregon Forest Resources Institute in 1991 to advance public understanding of how forest stewardship meets the social, environmental and economic needs of both present and future generations. OFRI works closely with the scientific, academic and educational communities at Oregon State University, the Oregon Department of Forestry and other agencies to ensure its K-12 resources are accurate and objective.