OVERVIEW: Natural resources professionals will share fundamental and emerging information to help landowners accomplish management goals, protect the health and beauty of their forests, protect their financial investments, and reduce risk.
LOCATION & DATE: Columbia County Fairgrounds Youth Building N. Pine St., Dayton, WA Saturday, March 24, 2018 9 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Questions: Call WSU Extension (509) 667-6540 Brochure/registration available online: http://forestry.wsu.edu or at your local WSU Extension office.
COST: Early-bird workshop fee is $10/person, or $20/ family by March 20, or $20/person or $30/family after March 20. Lunch can be purchased for an additional $10 (per person). Proceedes benefit the local Future Farmers of American, and must be purchased by March 20.
SPONSORED BY: Washington State University Extension