The Oklahoma Forest Stewardship Program is offered by OSU Extension to landowners
to help them better manage their forest land.
Forest Ecology, Management & Care
Harvesting of Trees
Wood, Pulp & Paper Products
A reference for determining the attributes of common plants in Oklahoma and their value to wildlife and indirectly to the land manager’s interests or needs.
Learn about how Oklahoma’s forests and forest product industry benefit the state’s economy through direct, indirect and induced contributions.
The results of a study done to determine the effects applying poultry litter to a pine tree plantation.
How to manage trees following storm damage such as rehabilitation, removal, wound response, pruning, diseases and invasive insects.
Basic processing steps in a typical softwood sawmill, including what occurs in the log yard, primary breakdown, secondary breakdown, sorting and planning.
How to effectively form a burn plan for prescribed burning including pre-burn preparations and a prescribed burn notification form.
A summary of some important properties of experimental panels made from particles of whole-tree chipped material, as well as panels made from hybrid mixtures.
Firebreaks, also known as fireguards, are one of the most important elements of a properly conducted prescribed fire.