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Building resilience through engagement: Brenda and Tony Richards - Rancher-to-Rancher Case Study series: Increasing resilience among ranchers in the Pacific Northwest

This publication is part of the Rancher-to-Rancher Case Study Series: Increasing resilience among ranchers in the Pacific Northwest.
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Selling Logs from Your Property: A Curriculum Package for Educators in the Western U.S.

Selling logs is one of the most important decisions a landowner can face. This curriculum package for forestry educators brings together consulting foresters, log buyers and loggers to teach participants how to get a fair deal for their timber, how to protect themselves from exposure to unnecessary liability and how to make sure their property looks the way they want it to when the operation is done. The package includes sample agendas, PowerPoint presentations, field trip how-tos and follow-up evaluations.
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Fir Engraver Damage in Western Washington

Forest owners beware: the fir engraver beetle can be a serious pest. This pub offers identification and management strategies to help keep your forest healthy.
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Russian Olive Trees: Control and Management in the Pacific Northwest

Russian olive trees are fast-growing plants that since the 1950s have become invasive throughout many areas of the Inland Pacific Northwest, particularly in riparian ecosystems. They form impenetrable masses, create inferior wildlife habitat, and provide minimal forage value for big game and livestock. This publication helps landowners and land managers to control these woody invaders by providing a detailed botanical profile of the species and discussions of the latest regrowth research and weed-control methods and strategies. Supplemental materials, including a printable appendix, conveniently identify which native species are suitable as replacements (based on landscape type, size, and soil traits) and which herbicides and application techniques are the most effective for Russian olive control. Authors: Danielle Gunn, Ronald Patterson
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Sooty Bark Disease Diagnostic Guide

This pub will walk you through how to correctly identify the diagnostic symptoms of sooty bark disease, a troubling, emerging pathogen spreading across Washington.
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Managing Woodlands for Aesthetics and Enjoyment

In this module, Jeff deGraan, Forestry Consultant, Cascade Woodland Design, discusses six principles of managing for aesthetics and enjoyment. Access to the modules is free, but registration is required. See below for registration information.
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Managing Emerald Ash Borer in Washington State

The emerald ash borer is an invasive, wood-boring beetle that causes nearly 100% mortality in infested ash trees: learn how to identify this pest and the latest management recommendations.
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Emerald Ash Borer and Its Implications for Washington State

This publication is intended for Extension professionals, master gardeners, public agency personnel, tree care professionals, and those who are interested in an in-depth review of the current state of knowledge about EAB and the implications for potential damage and mitigation strategies in Washington State.
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Threatened and endangered wildlife species in Washington forests - Forest Stewardship University

In this module, Washington State University Extension Forestry professor Kevin Zobrist provides a brief overview of some of the threatened and endangered wildlife species in Washington forests and some associated forest practices regulations. This module will help landowners preparing forest stewardship plans understand what might need to be addressed in the threatened and endangered species section of the plan. Access to the modules is free, but registration is required. See below for registration information.
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