of the Kalapuya):
Land Management and Resource Use Technologies
of the Willamette Valley, Oregon, in 1450 and 1750
September 8-10, Benton County, Oregon
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Phoenix Reforestation, Inc. was responsible for all cooking fire permits, firewood, a pit oven of baked camas, and other native foods for sampling, and provided a tour of the Brandis Oaks Savannah Restoration Project.
USFWS William L. Finley National Wildlife Refuge provided grounds, facilities, an historic barn, and the earliest known frame house in Benton County for staging the event.
Echoes in Time
Heritage Seedlings, Inc.
Hull-Oakes Lumber Co.
OSU Forestry Media Center
OSU Forestry Club Cabin
Venell Farms, Inc.
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