Big Horn Outdoor Adventure Show — March 16-19, 2006 — Spokane Interstate Fairgrounds
Northwest Management, Inc. joined the show as an exhibitor and welcomed many landowners to view our forestry and natural resource services. Thank you for taking the time to visit with us!
Conference for Family Forest Landowners and Managers — March 27-28, 2006
Sponsored by Clearwater RC&D and University of Idaho, Moscow Idaho
Sessions on Policy Issues & Topics, Wetlands, Idaho Forest Practices Act, Fish Passage at Stream Crossings, Weed Infestations-Bio-Control, Scaling Concepts,
Idaho Tree Farm Annual Meeting — Idaho Tree Farmer of the Year--Ken and Linda Steigers, Juliaetta, Idaho. Ken has managed his more than 1200 acres of forest land for over 50 years. Ken first hired Northwest Management, Inc. to help with forest management in 1990 and continues to use our services today.
From left to right: Kurt Lyon, Idaho Department of Lands; Ken Steigers; Linda Stiegers; Greg Bassler, Northwest Management, Inc.
Forestry Mini College, University of Montana Campus, Missoula, MT April 29, 2006
A one-day educational workshop sponsored by Montana State University Extension Forestry Office. Call (406) 243-2773.
2nd Annual Inland Northwest Wildland Urban Interface Conference
Mirabeau Park Hotel & Convention Center, Spokane Valley, WA. October 18-19, 2006.
For program information, contact Chris Schnepf at (208) 446-1680. For more information on posters or non-profit/agency displays, contact Valdasue Steel at (208) 245-2422.
Coached Forest Stewardship Planning Shortcourse
Spokane Educational opportunity for owners of family forests in Washington Sept. 27, 2006. WSU Spokane County Extension Office.
Northwest Management, Inc. foresters Brian Vrablick and Luke Machtolf are involved in instruction of parts of the shortcourse.
QUICK FACTS: West Nile Virus
West Nile Virus (WNV) is transmitted to humans through mosquito bites. Mosquitoes become infected when they feed on infected birds that have high levels of WNV in their blood.
Most WNV infected humans have no symptoms. A small proportion develops mild symptoms that include fever, headache, body aches, skin rash and swollen lymph glands. Less than 1% of infected people develop more severe illness that includes meningitis or encephalitis.
Cumulative 2006 data by state as of Sept. 19, 2006, Dept. of Interior, US Geological Survey
* Results include reported positive test results (not all counties have necessarily reported virus activity)
Human Positive Test Results by State
6th Annual Foresters Forum
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