Plant the Harvest
Join Tillamook Working Lands and Waters Cooperative and Tillamook Estuaries Partnership on the second event of a two-part series to take an educational tour of timber harvest practices in Tillamook County.
Tillamook Working Lands and Waters Cooperative (TWLWC) will be leading a free, informative and educational tour of a clearcut that is ready to be replanted. Then, participants will get to practice planting a tree! We learn first-hand the many components that go into timber replanting. Topics include research sites, fire prep, planting, tree species’, and planting. Participants will get to take home a seedling!
This event will involve walking up to 1 mile on uneven soil. Please wear proper shoes and bring gear for all types of weather conditions. There is no bathroom at the event location. This event is open to families. Expect to be riding in the van for around 30 minutes total.
THIS EVENT IS AT A PRIVATE LOCATION PLEASE SEE CONFIRMATION EMAIL FOR LOCATION INSTRUCTIONS We will be using a van to access locations along a forest logging road.
Please note, this is an educational event and folks with comments and questions off-topic will be directed to other resources or asked to save their questions until the end of the event.
In addition to the Tillamook Estuaries Partnership waiver included in the Eventbrite registration, participants will also be required to sign a Visitor Waiver and Hold Harmless Agreement to access private timber land. This waiver will be provided in paper format at the event location.
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This is an Explore Nature Event. Explore Nature is sponsored in part by Visit Tillamook Coast