The meeting will be held on November 5 and the tour on November 6, focusing on the benefits of trees and other natural resources in cities, and joining local leaders in discussions about the board's and the Oregon Department of Forestry's current and future urban forestry work. The board will also meet with the state Environmental Quality Commission and host a community social. During the business meeting, the board will receive an update from a subcommittee that has been exploring revision to the current plan for managing state-owned forests in northwestern Oregon. Based on the subcommittee's recommendations, the board is expected to provide direction to department staff on further development of plan revisions. All events are open to the public.
Meeting and tour details