SALEM, Ore. — Enrollment is now open for Oregon State University’s new online Urban Forestry class (FOR350/HORT350) for winter quarter, 2010 (January through March).
This new online class provides a broad subject overview and examines contemporary issues surrounding urban horticulture and urban forestry. This is an opportunity for planners, natural resource professionals or traditional foresters to learn more about the field of urban forestry.
Participants can take this course from their home or office computer, without having to travel to Corvallis to sit in a classroom. If you’re looking for cost-effective continuing education options, consider this class an opportunity to explore issues, topics and careers managing the plants, trees and forests right where we live.
This course is offered in partnership with the Oregon Department of Forestry with financial assistance through the USDA Forest Service.
For more details or to register, visit http://ecampus.oregonstate.edu.