Forest Field Days

A presentation at a family forest field day

The field day is designed to prepare landowners to plan and execute management activities that meet their personal objectives, reduce risks and protect their financial investment.

The various sessions answer questions such as:

  • Is my forest healthy?
  • How do I attract some wildlife and repel others?
  • When selling timber, what’s my fair share?

Experts in forest management, wildlife habitat and other forest stewardship disciplines shares timely information to meet the needs of landowners with five or 500 acres. There are exhibitors, demonstrations and classes throughout the day.

Family forest owners and managers learn how to plan, manage and protect their forests during events organized by Washington State University Extension Forestry.  Each year a Forest Field Day is held in both western and eastern Washington.