Forest Stewardship Workshops
June 1st - July 27th: Online and Sonoma County. Registration now open!
Stewardship workshop 1st year implementation report: Forest Stewardship Education Initiative 1st year implementation report 2020
Online and in-person workshop: Participants will review forestry, forest management and ecological materials posted online at their own pace; complete short activities related to the drafting of a forest management plan; participate in weekly Zoom meetings; and attend one field day. Registered participants will be sent a syllabus with material and date specifics. Participants who complete the course will be eligible for a free visit by a Registered Professional Forester to assess its content.
In-person, three-day workshop: Days one and two will consist of classroom and forest-based instruction on ecological concepts and measurement skills. After a week’s break to collect information on their own property, participants will return for day three to write up their management plans. Participants who complete the course will be eligible for a free visit by a Registered Professional Forester to assess its content.
Registration for the workshop costs $60. Materials will be provided. Breakfast and lunches will be provided for in-person workshop days. Registration is available at http://ucanr.edu/forestryworskhopregistration.
A reduced rate is possible in some circumstances. If you would like to request a reduced rate, please contact Kim Ingram.
Refunds for registration (minus processing fees) will be provide up to one week before the start of the session.
For More information:
The workshops will be organized by the University of California Cooperative Extension in collaboration with: CAL FIRE, Forest Landowners of California, USFS Region 5, the American Forest Foundation, California Association of Resource Conservation Districts, and the California Fire Safe Council.
The Forest Stewardship Education Initiative is a CAL FIRE funded contract (8CA04547), awarded July 1, 2019 through June 30, 2021, to the University of California Cooperative Extension to help landowners develop forest management plans. Forest Stewardship Education Initiative - Project overview