Forestry Assistance and Education
Serving forest and small woodland owners in the North Puget Sound Area
Snohomish County, Skagit County, King County, Whidbey Island, and Whatcom County
The Puget Sound Forest Stewardship Program is part of Washington State University Extension. Our mission is to provide objective, research-based information and resources to forest and woodland owners in the North Puget Sound Area. This program serves Snohomish, Skagit, King, Island, and Whatcom County. WSU Extension has additional forestry programs that serve other parts of the state.
We offer a variety of forestry classes, publications, and online resources that are applicable to small wooded acreages as well as larger tree farms. Whether your objectives are a healthy forest, wildlife, timber production, the beauty and aesthetics of a natural area, or some combination thereof, we have research-based answers to help you get the most out of your property. Sign up for a class, browse our online resources, or join us for a walk in the woods. We want to partner with you in the stewardship of our natural resources for present and future generations.
What we offer
- Forestry Classes and Events
- Online Classes
- Resource Lists by Topic
- Links to related sites
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The WSU Extension Puget Sound Forest Stewardship Program is made possible in part by Washington State University, Snohomish County Surface Water Mangement, the Snohomish Conservation District, King County, Skagit County, Whatcom County, Island County, and the Whidbey Island Conservation District.
This site last updated 4/23/2013
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4/23/2013 - The April 2013 Newsletter is now available.
4/18/2013 - Sign up now for the North Puget Sound Forest Owners Field day on July 27th.
4/4/2013 - Our next Project Learning Tree Training for teachers will be on Saturday May 18th.
3/22/2013 - Ties to the Land Succession Planning Workshop - May 21st in Bellingham. Details and Registration.