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8:30 AM

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3

3:30 PM

Ambitious Math Teaching PD Modules, for Math Teacher Leaders
The Oregon Department of Education has funded professional development modules in partnership with Oregon State University and Teachers Development Group View the Flyer here: https://bit.ly/AMT_TeachLead Time commitment: 54 hrs of PD, spaced over three modules Hourly compensation, as needed 50 spots, statewide during 2022-2023 Who should apply? + Secondary (9-12) Math Teacher/Secondary Math Teacher Leader + Priority will be given to those that are * Involved in the 2+1 Math Course development work with the Oregon STEM Hubs and/or * Able to offer regional/district math teacher training and support
https://bit.ly/AMT_TeachLead

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Aug
2

All Day

Aug
4

All Day

EARLY LEARNER SERIES WORKSHOP 1: CONNECTING EARLY LEARNERS TO NATURE THROUGH GROWING UP WILD, ONLINE (ONREP PD)
Tuesday, August 2, 2022 to Thursday, August 4, 2022 Early Learner Series, August 2022 Each of the two online workshops in this series is a standalone workshop, educators are encouraged to register for one or for both. Workshop 1: Connecting Early Learners to Nature Through Growing Up WILD Date: August 2nd & 4th, 2022 Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00 p.m., PDT, both days (participants should plan to attend both days) Format & Length: Online, 4 hours, plus self-paced work Audience: formal and nonformal educators who work with Early Learners, children ages 1-6 yrs old. Curriculum: Project WILD’s Growing Up WILD guide Description: Have you noticed how innately curious young children are about the natural world around them? Are you interested in getting your early learners outside and in nature more often? Join us for an interactive workshop about how to connect young children to the natural world. In this workshop we will explore the benefits that accessing the natural world has for children as well as educators, tips and strategies to safely guide nature explorations, and dive into indoor and outdoor investigations. Participants will be introduced to and will receive Project WILD’s Growing Up WILD guide This workshop series is brought to you by: Calapooia Watershed Council, German International School, and Oregogn Natural Resources Education Program (ONREP). Registration required. Offered at no cost to formal and nonformal Oregon educators. PDUs available. and will close approximately 1 - 2 weeks prior to the workshop or when full. Online Register for this Workshop

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Aug
2

All Day

Aug
4

All Day

Land of Fire & Ice: The Elements that Shaped the Oregon Cascades
Audience: Middle School 6th-8th grade educators, formal and nonformal Curriculum: Project Learning Tree’s (PLT) Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide Description: Spend a few days this coming summer with Oregon Natural Resources Education Program, Willamette National Forest, and Friends of Fish Lake for this first ever geology, hydrology, and history immersion workshop. Learn about the cultural history of Fish Lake: tribal use, early Oregonians, Forest Service mule packers & fire watch and the natural history of the area with a focus on the unique geology and hydrology of the Old Cascades and the current High Cascades. Then we will look to the future and work with you individually on making the information you gained in the workshop applicable to your students and your locations across Oregon. Schedule: * Show up early on August 2nd to set up your bunkhouse space, tent, or RV and orient yourself to the facilities. * August 2nd Friends of Fish Lake will offer guided walks, mule packing demonstrations, and host a BBQ while we all get to know one another. * On August 3rd we’ll dive into the geology/hydrology of the old and new Cascades and take an interactive hike with a Forest Service geologist and hydrologist. Cost: $25.OO * We ask that participants contribute a nominal fee of $25 to help us offset the cost of this overnight, multi-day workshop. If you need financial assistance to cover this fee, please contact ONREP. This workshop is brought to you by: Friends of Fish Lake, USFS Willamette National Forest, and Oregon Natural Resources Education Program (ONREP) Closer to the workshop, participants will receive a more comprehensive email that will include accommodations information and preferences, meals, and payment information after initial registration. Registration required. PDUs available. Substitute reimbursement available on teacher workdays. Registration will close approximately 2-4 weeks prior to the workshop or when full. Registration & Details: https://onrep.forestry.oregonstate.edu/workshops
Fish Lake Historic Site, also known as the Fish Lake Remount Depot, located in the heart of the Oregon High Cascades in the Willamette National Forest.

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Aug
2

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Aug
4

All Day

LAND OF FIRE & ICE: THE ELEMENTS THAT SHAPED THE OREGON CASCADES - *IN-PERSON (ONREP PD)
Dates: August 2 through August 4, 2022 (overnight workshop) Format: *In-Person, multiple consecutive days Location: Fish Lake Historical Site, also known as the Fish Lake Remount Depot, located in the heart of the Oregon High Cascades in the Willamette National Forest Audience: Middle School 6th-8th grade educators, formal and nonformal Curriculum: Project Learning Tree’s (PLT) Explore Your Environment: K-8 Activity Guide Description: Spend a few days this coming summer with Oregon Natural Resources Education Program, Willamette National Forest, and Friends of Fish Lake for this first ever geology, hydrology, and history immersion workshop. Learn about the cultural history of Fish Lake: tribal use, early Oregonians, Forest Service mule packers & fire watch and the natural history of the area with a focus on the unique geology and hydrology of the Old Cascades and the current High Cascades. Then we will look to the future and work with you individually on making the information you gained in the workshop applicable to your students and your locations across Oregon. Schedule: * Show up early on August 2nd to set up your bunkhouse space, tent, or RV and orient yourself to the facilities. * August 2nd Friends of Fish Lake will offer guided walks, mule packing demonstrations, and host a BBQ while we all get to know one another. * On August 3rd we’ll dive into the geology/hydrology of the old and new Cascades and take an interactive hike with a Forest Service geologist and hydrologist. Cost: $25.00 * We ask that participants contribute a nominal fee of $25 to help us offset the cost of this overnight, multi-day workshop. If you need financial assistance to cover this fee, please contact ONREP. This workshop is brought to you by: Friends of Fish Lake, USFS Willamette National Forest, and Oregon Natural Resources Education Program (ONREP) Participants will receive a more comprehensive email that will include accommodations information and preferences, meals, and payment information after initial registration. Registration required. PDUs available. Substitute reimbursement available on teacher workdays. This workhops is full. We invite you to register for our waiting list. You will be notified by email if a space becomes available.

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Aug
2

10:00 AM

3:00 PM

Tech Tools (Canva & Flipgrid)
Morning Session: Canva Canva is a design and creation program accessible online. The teacher education account is FREE and lets you create classes of students and gives you access the pro features. Students and teachers can create vIdeos, presentations, posters, one-pagers, infographics, and other graphics. This tool is easy to learn/use and has applications in all content areas. Afternoon Session: Flipgrid Flipgrid is a free, video discussion app that provides a safe and accessible space for students of all ages to connect and be creative. This tool can be used for classroom discussions, reading fluency checks, presenting or sharing ideas on books, science, or history topics, recording the practice of an instrument, or showing an art demonstration. Usable for all grade levels and content areas. Register here: https://summerseries2022.sched.com/
La Grande IMESD Building- 16044 27th St, La Grande, OR; Room - Joseph Conference

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Aug
3

All Day

Aug
5

All Day

Summer 2022 Conference (COSA PD)
[https://www.cosa.k12.or.us/sites/default/files/2022_summer_banner.png] August 3–5, 2022 2022 Summer Conference [save_the_date_4_b.png] Preparing for our New School Year Centering Equity and Inclusion in our Practice Location Graduate Eugene Lodging Reservation link available soon. For more information and registration: https://www.cosa.k12.or.us/events/2022-summer
66 E 6th Ave, Eugene, OR 97401

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Aug
4

8:30 AM

11:30 AM

AMBITIOUS MATH LEADERSHIP for Building & District Administrators (Oregon Math Project PD)
This virtual course is designed to give Building and District Administrators who support High School Math Teachers the tools to support 2+1 reforms and Ambitious Math Teaching practices. ADMIN MODULE: PRINCIPLES AND PRACTICES OF AMBITIOUS MATH LEADERSHIP What does ambitious math teaching look like? How do I support all stakeholders to view math learners from an assets-based perspective? How do I lead so that math learners who are not successful are addressed with urgency? What leadership actions and routines can I establish for managing the challenges? Dates: August 4, October 25, December 6, and February 28. Flier link: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1sxAPNHYztamEAJCzPPmTsMCYrk7o35wA/view
https://bit.ly/AMT_Admin

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Aug
5

All Day

Aug
6

All Day

2022 Oregon Math Leaders Conference
Session Topics Include: The Impact of Language, celebrating diversity, data science, detracking, strength based approaches, and connecting to cultural knowledge Register now at: www.octm.org/2022-OML
Linfield College (McMinnville, Oregon)

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Aug
5

8:30 AM

3:30 PM

Sheltered Instruction for Diverse Learners
Sheltered Instruction Strategies will guide participants through the 8 components of the SIOP model and most of the 30 features. The training will support content teachers for sheltering instruction for English Learners and engaging ALL learners. Register here: https://summerseries2022.sched.com/
IMESD Building

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Aug
6

All Day

Aug
10

All Day

NAME 2022 Conference: COASTAL RE-CONNECTIONS: OUTDOOR EXPLORATIONS FROM THE FOREST TO THE SEA
During the conference you will have the opportunity to learn of the geologic and indigenous history of the area, explore tide pools, dunes, the bay and coastal forest, discover new curriculum opportunities for students of various levels and to share your experiences and curriculum. Field experiences each day offer opportunities for kayaking, stand up paddleboarding, crabbing, clamming, hiking, and playing in the dunes. Evening activities bring beach bonfires, outdoor games and music, and our fabulous gala on the outdoor deck at the Schooner. We invite anyone who has a passion for water and believes that every human on earth should be water-literate, that using the allure of water enriches and facilitates learning, and that sharing our knowledge and experience with others creates a community of informed stewards, to participate in NAME and this conference. Presentations requested for our three strands: · Education · Culture · STEAM – Science, Technology, Engineering, Art, and Mathematics Registration information: https://www.pacname.org/2022-registration-information/
Netarts Bay, Oregon

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Aug
9

All Day

G.R.O.W- Beginning Teacher Workshop (Tuesday: 7-12)
Beginning teachers needing to kick start or reflect on their first years of teaching-this is for you! This workshop is developed by the IMESD instructional coaches to help you GROW- set GOALS for your year, REVIEW your classroom management plan, ORGANIZE your classroom space and WORKSHOP and collaborate with other beginning teachers in your process. Tuesday: 7-12 Register here: https://summerseries2022.sched.com/
La Grande IMESD Building- 16044 27th St, La Grande, OR; Room - Joseph Conference

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Aug
10

All Day

Aug
11

All Day

2022 Breakthrough Coach (COSA PD)
[save_the_date_4_b.png] Promotional Video You're passionate about your job. You're driven to produce results. You work hard to make a difference, routinely putting in over 60 hours each week for the sake of your school's achievement. And you're exhausted. The 2-Day Course is unlike any other, designed to present and teach administrative teams The Breakthrough Coach's Fundamental Practices™. With a focus on executive management rather than on education, the 2-Day Course provides you with the structure and systems you need to get it all done, and produce the results you're after, all in a sensible work week. The Breakthrough Coach's proven method that has reshaped the lives of administrators across the globe by enabling them to: * Spend two full days each week observing classrooms * Work more efficiently * Empower their staff * Enjoy work-life balance * Raise student achievement All in a sensible work week. The 2-Day Course is the foundation of your Breakthrough Coach journey. Don't wait to take the first step in transforming your school community and your life with The Breakthrough Coach. Who Should Attend: Site Principals, District Office Supervisors, Cabinet-Level Administrators, and their Secretaries. Course Format: Conducted over two full days; Includes lecture, small group discussion, Q&A, and hands-on implementation between administrators and secretaries. Administrators attend Day 1 & 2; Secretaries attend Day 2 ONLY with their administrators Course Outline: Introductions * The Breakthrough Coach (TBC): Expertise in School Management * Breakthrough Thinking: Philosophical Underpinnings of TBC's Approach * Who Comes to this Program? Administrators Speak About What's at Stake * Program Ground Rules: Etiquette for Participation and Group Learning A Brief History of the Principalship * Where we are today * Management Redefined: What It Is…What It Isn't…Why It Matters? * Form Follows Function: The Principal's Office Deconstructed for High Performance * Producing a Breakthrough in Results: 7 Steps on the Road Less Traveled The Secretary As Managerial Partner * Oh, What a Tangled Web We've Woven... * The Job of the School Secretary Redefined * 10 Most Effective Ways to Work with a Secretary Linguistic Distinctions for School Leaders * Defining Requests, Satisfaction Requirements & Accountability * Negotiating Promises, Declines & Counteroffers * On Becoming The School's Language Leader Building Community Support * How to Involve District Office, Staff, and Parents in this Initiative Principal + Secretary = Executive Team: Bringing the Skill Sets Together * Working the Fundamentals Cooperatively * Hands-On Practice with Coaching Completion and Goal Setting * Conversation for Implementation For more information and to register: https://www.cosa.k12.or.us/events/2022-breakthrough-coach

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Aug
11

All Day

Aug
12

All Day

EARLY LEARNERS SERIES WORKSHOP 2:CONNECTING EARLY LEARNERS TO NATURE THROUGH PROJECT LEARNING TREE, ONLINE (ONREP PD)
Thursday, August 11, 2022 to Friday, August 12, 2022 Early Learner Series, August 2022 Each of the two online workshops in this series is a standalone workshop, educators are encouraged to register for one or for both. Workshop 2: Connecting Early Learners to Nature through Project Learning Tree Date: August 11th & 12th, 2022 Time: 10:00 a.m. - 12:00p.m., PDT, both days (participants should plan to attend both days) Format and length: Online, 4 hours, plus self-paced work Audience: formal and nonformal educators who work with early learners, children ages 1-6 yrs old. Curriculum: Project Learning Tree’s Environmental Experiences for Early Learners Description: Have you noticed how innately curious young children are about the natural world around them? Are you interested in getting your early learners outside and in nature more often? Join us for an interactive workshop about how to connect young children to the natural world. In this workshop we will explore the benefits that accessing the natural world has for children as well as educators, tips and strategies to safely guide nature explorations, and dive into indoor and outdoor investigations. Participants will be introduced to and will receive Project Learning Tree's Environmental Experiences for Early Learners This workshop series is brought to you by: Calapooia Watershed Council, German International School, and Oregogn Natural Resources Education Program (ONREP). Registration required. Offered at no cost to formal and nonformal Oregon educators. PDUs available. and will close approximately 1 - 2 weeks prior to the workshop or when full. Online Register for this Workshop

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Aug
11

All Day

G.R.O.W.- Beginning Teacher Workshop (Thursday: K-6)
Beginning teachers needing to kick start or reflect on their first years of teaching-this is for you! This workshop is developed by the IMESD instructional coaches to help you GROW- set GOALS for your year, REVIEW your classroom management plan, ORGANIZE your classroom space and WORKSHOP and collaborate with other beginning teachers in your process. Thursday: K-6 Register here: https://summerseries2022.sched.com/
Room - Lodgepole; Room - Ponderosa

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Aug
11

1:00 PM

2:00 PM

YouScience Implementation Planning
For district administrators, guidance counselors, success 101 teachers, and those who are responsible for school to career roles in a district. If you have submitted your YouScience Readiness Form to ODE, join us for a session to develop and refine you district's implementation plan for the 2022-2023 school year. Register here: https://summerseries2022.sched.com/
Zoom

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Aug
11

2:30 PM

3:30 PM

Work Based Learning in Your Program of Study
For CTE teachers and administrators. Learn the fundamental definitions of Work Based Learning and how it ties to Carl Perkins and your state approved program of study. Bring your course(s) scope and sequence. Register here: https://summerseries2022.sched.com/
Zoom

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Aug
15

All Day

Aug
17

All Day

School-Wide English Learning Institute
SUPPORTING ELs IS EVERYONE’S RESPONSIBILITY. BECOME A SWEL COACH. Why should I become a SWEL Coach? • Be recognized as an English language teaching expert at your school. • Help your English learners achieve better outcomes with support throughout their school day. • Receive the tools and professional development you need to be a resource to your colleagues. How do I become a SWEL Coach? attend HB3499ESD SWEL Coaching Workshop & Administrator’s Workshop to prepare for implementation of the SWEL model along with your school’s administrators. attend HB3499ESD SWEL Contextual Language Workshop for continuing SWEL Coaches and New SWEL Coaches participate in the continuing implementation supports where coaches will learn how to facilitate professional development for your peers and enhance their coaching skills. Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1g29wgvjK4QJT1w5t2SCV8JqcG84RNuXt/view?usp=sharing
Salem, OR - WESD

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Aug
15

8:30 AM

Aug
16

3:30 PM

OrPATS Preschool/Elementary ABA & Evidence Based Practices for In-Person Learning
Two-Day Comprehensive Workshop: Implementing ABA (Applied Behavior Analysis) & Evidence-based Practices as used in the STAR® Program (Arick, Loos, Falco and Krug, 2004, 2015) More info on flyer: https://5il.co/1fhq6. Register Online: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1kbjUZzuGnDN-W94mX7a6FHLaPYDX0lnAx-ugMMG85Qk/edit
Pendleton Convention Center, 1601 Westgate, Pendleton, OR 97801, USA

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Aug
16

8:30 AM

Aug
18

3:30 PM

Ambitious Math Teaching PD Modules, for Math Teacher Leaders
The Oregon Department of Education has funded professional development modules in partnership with Oregon State University and Teachers Development Group View the Flyer here: https://bit.ly/AMT_TeachLead Time commitment: 54 hrs of PD, spaced over three modules Hourly compensation, as needed 50 spots, statewide during 2022-2023 Who should apply? + Secondary (9-12) Math Teacher/Secondary Math Teacher Leader + Priority will be given to those that are * Involved in the 2+1 Math Course development work with the Oregon STEM Hubs and/or * Able to offer regional/district math teacher training and support
https://bit.ly/AMT_TeachLead

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Aug
17

All Day

Bonneville Dam Educator Workshop
Join Corps of Engineers Park Rangers at Bonneville Dam, in the beautiful Columbia River Gorge, on Wednesday, August 17th to learn about and tour the agency’s interrelationship with natural and manmade resources. Discover ways to supplement your school curricula with virtual and in-person field trips to multipurpose dams, complete with lesson plans, videos, activities and more! Explore our special event opportunities, water safety education materials, and the Jr. Ranger and Every Kid in a Park (federal park pass) programs. In addition, a special guest presenter from the National Wildlife Federation will share resources from the Fish Eggs to Fry: Eco-Schools Salmon Stewards program. Intended for 3rd-8th grade educators. For more information, view workshop details and please register here.
Bonneville Dam

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Aug
17

8:30 AM

3:30 PM

OrPATS Developing Early Childhood Education Settings to Support Students with Autism and Other Developmental Delays
This training provides early childhood education staff with the knowledge to develop programs that support children with autism through the implementation of research-based strategies. More info on flyer: https://5il.co/1fhve. Register online: https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1FqAOeCXcEJ-Z9BTj6Qr3ubYRoCA6EhtECxe8eKnKYdg/viewform?edit_requested=true
Freewater Elementary School, 17 NW 8th Ave, Milton-Freewater, OR 97862, USA

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Aug
17

10:00 AM

11:00 AM

Science of Reading Instructional Look-Fors
Multnomah ESD invites Oregon’s administrators to upcoming SoR events Who can register? Elementary Administrators and Curriculum Directors SoR Instructional Look-Fors Webinar * Access tools to support and observe Science of Reading (SoR) in classrooms * Learn ways to support teachers who are doing LETRS or other SoR training Registration is Required by Friday, August 12th: Register Here When: Wednesday, August 17th, 10-11AM Where: Virtual - zoom link will be provided Presentation Style: webinar with some interactive components, no breakout groups *Recording will be sent to registrants All sessions are complementary and free for all to attend. Questions? Contact: Sherrie Kendall skendall@mesd.k12.or.us

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Aug
22

8:00 AM

3:30 PM

K-5 Foundations Writing Workshop!
Launch your writing class with determination, organization and enthusiasm! Session topics will include: ● Yearlong Planning-Start with the Calendar ● Common Terminology across grade levels ● Different Products, Different Structures ● What is a Mini-Lesson and how do I teach one? ● Making a Roadmap for Instruction ● Creating a Community of writers ● Writing is a skill-teaching stamina, originality and enthusiasm ● Writing Process made easier ● Writing about Reading and Taking Neat Notes ● Launching Writers Workshop and Launching Units Flyer: https://drive.google.com/file/d/1CEA8bIk_UVjJaCjepAlDci__ixwyC7Zh/view?usp=sharing
Room - Lodgepole; Room - Ponderosa

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Aug
23

8:00 AM

3:30 PM

Canceled: Yolanda Westerberg!
Room - Lodgepole; Room - Ponderosa

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Aug
23

9:00 AM

2:00 PM

EXPLORING WATER (KEIZER),*IN-PERSON (ONREP PD)
Tuesday, August 23, 2022 Time: 9:00 a.m. - 2:00 p.m., PDT Format & Length: In-person, 5 hours Audience: This workshop is intended for formal 3rd - 8th grade educators of Keizer Schools Curriculum: Project WILD’s Aquatic WILD guide Description: This in-person* workshop has a primary focus on water and water quality education. Activities we will explore are from Project WILD’s Aquatic WILD curriculum (Wetland Wonders & Fishable Waters), Keizer's Adopt a Stream lessons (Water Quality), and the Oregon Department of Fish and Wildlife's Backyard Bass lesson. Participants are invited to dress in layers as we will be conducting activities indoors and outdoors, and pack a lunch and bring a refillable water bottle. This workshop is brought to you by City of Keizer and Oregon Natural Resources Education Program (ONREP) Offered at no cost to Oregon Educators. PDUs available. Registration required and will close approximately 1 - 2 weeks prior to the workshop or when full. COVID-19 Information for in-person Workshops *Oregon Natural Resources Education Program’s (ONREP’s) primary goal is the health and wellbeing of all facilitators, participants, and guests. All in-person ONREP professional development events will comply with federal, state, Oregon State University, county, and local regulations as well as the policies of the facility where the workshop is being held. More detailed information will be shared in the workshop confirmation which is sent to registrants prior to the workshop. Due to the nature of COVID-19 regulations, in-person workshops are subject to change. For the most current/updated event information, visit https://onrep.forestry.oregonstate.edu/professional-development/workshops Keizer, OR Register for this Workshop

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