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Motto:
“Managed Forests Are Forever”

Mission Statement:
To create awareness and appreciation for the value of trees and encourage an understanding about the protection, management, and conservation of the renewable forest. 

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Spring Owtings 2014

Greetings Fellow OWIT’s and Friends

Happy Spring! Although it is nice to get the moisture and the snowpack
of winter, it is always great when the sun shines down on us with the
warmth of Spring.

We are busy in Eastern Oregon getting ready for our annual Ag-Timber
parade. Come honor these two amazing industries that help keep this
area a viable place to live and raise your family! This year features family
fun games and activities at Beeman Park in Island City prior to the
parade. We will have a roping contest, hoop shoot, Talk About Trees
activity table and other educational and fun activities for the kids. We
will have several vendors on hand selling food items and Pepsi and Coke
will both be there, giving away free products as well. Activities in the
park begin Friday, May 16th at 6:00 pm, parade line up at 6:30 pm and
the parade will kick off at 8:00 pm. Our Grand Marshal is Jamie
Knight, an area forester with Oregon State Forestry.

This past weekend we had a Talk About Trees committee meeting to
discuss TAT’s involvement at the Pacific Logging Congress, September
25-27, 2014. The conference will be held at the Port Blakely Tree Farm
in Molalla, Oregon. It is fortunate to have this great event so close to
us. There will be a live in-the-woods show Thursday, Sept 25 and Friday,
Sept 26 from 8 am to 5 pm and Saturday from 8 am to 1 pm. Our Talk
About Trees facilitators will be on hand to help with the school tours
planned for Thursday and Friday. If you get an opportunity to attend,
this would be an event worth going to! (More detailed information is
provided later in the newsletter).

If you haven’t already done so, I would encourage you to join the
Healthy Forest, Healthy Communities Coalition. It is a great way to get
information on the most current issues in our state and country. It also
provides a great way to make sure your voice is heard on “call to action”
items.

Respectfully,
Melissa Fullerton, OWIT president

Download Our Spring Newsletter – Spring Owtings 2014

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