Urban foresters meet online, study Oregon College of Forestry student, T.J. Starker, does research work in the early 1900s. (OSU)
Oregon State University is offering an online urban forestry course for this upcoming fall term. The class is cross listed within the
College of Forestry and Department of Horticulture.
The one sentence course thesis is as follows:
-Introduction to principles and practices of planting and managing trees as a system of urban environment; understanding the economic, environmental, social aspects of urban forests, and an overview of contemporary land use issues and societal perspectives between people and plants.-
Register or read the syllabus for the three-credit course online.
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A letter from executive director Yashar Vasef, with an update about community tree planting in Portland Friends, It’s official: We need