Managing forest ecosystems can be challenging and complex. The District provides assistance on a voluntary non regulatory basis. Consultations are available through site visits, web conferencing, and over the phone to determine what specific needs and concerns you have with your forest resources.
Below are expandable lists with additional topics covered by forestry assistance. For additional information on the topics below contact the District forester (360) 899-8061 or by email at: email@example.com
Forest Management Planning
Wildfire Risk Assessment and Preparedness
Forest Measurement and Tools
Afforestation and Reforestation
Non-Timber Forest Products
Forestland and Timber Taxation
Fish and Wildlife Habitat
Natural Resource Damage Assessment
In order to meet all the requirements for a given funding entity we encourage landowners to schedule an initial site visit as soon as possible to determine the most appropriate agency and funding program. Many grants and cost-share programs are competitive, so we strongly encourage starting the process of seeking cost-share with a new or updated plan. In some cases, the District can facilitate landowner or operator implementation directly, in other cases we provide a technical assistance memo or an advanced resource management plan to ensure you have necessary the details and eligibility aligned to the funder requirements.
Outreach and Education
Our forestry outreach utilizes a variety of media, including our District E-Newsletter, online calendar of forestry related events, a catalog of local, regional, state, national, and international forestry educational organizations and resources. We also provide or participate in online and or in person workshops, presentations, for a variety of topics of interest to forestland owners, agency partners, and non-governmental organizations.
Web Tools and Resources
Planning and assessment tool of past, present, and future wildfire conditions, with current local, state, federal data sources.
Planning and assessment tool of historical, current, and provisional seed zones for common pacific northwest tree species from state and federal data.
Comprehensive source of historical aerial imagery, searchable by selected area and image acquisition program
Our Forestry Partners:
District Forester Contact: