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Adult Programs

NREM Extension offers educational programs for a variety of adult groups. Current programs include The Stewardship Forest Certification, Master Naturalist Program,  a variety of Field Tours and Demonstrations, as well as working with Natural Resource Organizations.

 


The Stewardship Forest Certification Program

The Oklahoma Stewardship Forest Program is designed to help Oklahomans manage their forestland for multiple natural resources.  It is a program to provide technical assistance to landowners interested in more than one benefit from their land and to recognize landowners who apply stewardship skills to their forestland.

The program is a cooperative effort between OSU NREM Extension, Oklahoma Department of Agriculture, Food and Forestry - Forestry Services, your Soil and Water Conservation Districts, Oklahoma Department of Wildlife Conservation, and the Natural Resources Conservation Service. For information on becoming a part of the Stewardship Forest Program you can view the information online or contact Kurt Atkinson at (405) 522-6158.

Oklahoma Master Naturalist Program

Are you interested in learning more about Oklahoma ecosystems and experiencing some of the finest natural areas in the state?  Oklahoma Master Naturalists do just that.  To become one you will need to attend 4 one day workshops and two advanced workshops of your choosing, plus payback your training hours by participating in one of our ongoing volunteer activities or designing your own.

Find out more by going to okmasternaturalist.org or calling Marley Beem at (405) 744-3854

Tours and Field Days

 

OSU NREM Extension offers a variety of field tours and demonstrations throughout the year.  Working with other State and Federal organizations we are able to offer programs throughout the state. The Annual Forestry on the Grow Conference is but one example of this cooperative approach to educational programs.  Another popular program is the Annual Cedar Eradicatoin Field Day.  For a listing of Extension programs in the near future, visit the OCES Calendar of Events. If your group has need for a specific tour or an educational program on a particular subject, please let us know.

 

Natural Resource Organizations

OSU NREM Extension works with many organizations which have an interest in the natural resources of Oklahoma.  Some of these groups include:

If you would like information about setting up a field tour or educational program for your group, please fill out the form below and your request will be forwarded to one of our specialists.

 

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