Locations

Moscow Campus

University of Idaho Extension Forestry
875 Perimeter Drive MS 1140
Moscow, ID 83844-1140
Phone: (208) 885-6356
E-mail: Dr. Randy Brooks
Extension Forester and Professor
University of Idaho Extension Forestry

Article of the Month

We have so many great articles that we have decided to offer two each month!

April, 2014
meadow hawkweed
The Basics of Weed Control
and
Forest Herbicides and Their Modes of Action

2014 Archive
March Checklist for Tree Planters and
When to Plant
February
Good Rocks/Bad Rocks: The Latest Piece in the Puzzle of Forest Fertility and
Healthy Forests Need a Good Diet
January
What is Stewardship? and 
Culture and Stewardship: Nez Perce Forest Management and Use



2013 Archive

 December Fresh Christmas Trees - An Eco-Friendly Choice and
Special Forest Products
 November Using Trees for More than Firewood and Lumber and
When Cutting Firewood Remember...There's Life in Dead Trees
 October Colored Leaves and Needles Means Fall in Idaho and
Silvicultural Decisions IX: Can Timber Harvests Help Reach Non-Timber Goals? 
 September After the Burn: Assessing and Managing Your Forestland After a Wildfire
and After the Fires: Hydrophobic Soils
 August Best Management Practices (BMPs) for Idaho Riparian Areas and
Silvicultural Decisions VIII: The Role of Silviculture in Meeting Riparian Objectives
 July Fire in Forest Ecosystems of the Inland West and
Top Ten Worst Reasons to NOT Prepare Your Home for Forest Fires
June Silvicultural Decisions V: Why and How to Thin and
Silvicultural Decisions VI: Site Preparation for Natural or Planted Regeneration
May Silvicultural Decisions IV: Trees on the Edge of Clearcuts and other Openings and
Using Trees for More than Firewood
April Riparian Zone Tree Plantings and
Silvicultural Decisions VIII: Riparian Objectives 
March Plant Your Seedlings Right and
Tax Tips for Forest Landowners for the 2012 Tax Year
February The Fate of Forest Seed and
Silvicultural Prescriptions I: Planting vs. Natural Seeding
January Porcupines and
Winter Bird Feeding