Online via Zoom. Free but pre-registration required. Repeated at 7:00 pm
Are you trying to diversify your stand of even-aged Douglas-fir? Are you interested in harvesting, but worried about the ecological impacts? Variable density thinning is a fantastic method that can add structural, age-class, and species diversity to almost any forest. If you dream of propelling your forest to mature, more old-growth-like, conditions, then this method is for you.
Instructor: Matt Provencher, Stewardship Forester, WA DNR
Sponsored by WSU Forestry Extension
For more information, contact Patrick Shults, 360-740-1213, firstname.lastname@example.org