We revised the Oregon State University (OSU) Woodland Stick to aid master woodland manager volunteers in advising their peers on land management decisions. The Woodland Stick has been used as an educational and measurement tool by OSU and other university Extension programs for many years, but little information is known about its impact. We surveyed users of the Woodland Stick and found that 48% use the tool at least once a year. Landowners who use the Woodland Stick find it simple to use and appreciate its low cost. Using the various features of the stick helps advance landowners toward successful woodland management.
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Grand, L., Christiansen, A., & Belart, F. (2021). How the Woodland Stick Benefits Oregon Family Forestland Owners and Extension Volunteers. The Journal of Extension, 57(6), Article 14. https://tigerprints.clemson.edu/joe/vol57/iss6/14