MB&G is excited to announce we have adopted a section of Highway 22 that we will maintain as part of our established community service program. This section of Highway 22 has a particularly sentimental meaning for our team as it is where our field work started on the ODOT Hazard Debris Removal project in the Beachie Creek fire corridor in December 2020 and includes several sensitive resources including a large wetland. Our work to maintain this area will include cleaning up trash along 2 miles of the highway, which is nothing new to our staff. While working on this project, MB&G staff have informally collected trash while performing their work within each of the nine fire corridors over the past 18 months. MB&G hosted our first community service day in the rain for the newly adopted highway. We are thrilled to finally formalize the adoption and take ownership for cleaning up this area, a commitment we’ve had since day one on the project.
Our forester’s took a trip to Woodland, WA last week and spent a few hours looking at seedlings we will be planting on several landowner properties we manage. The Lewis River Nursery has seedlings for our Portland, North Bend, Roseburg and Eugene offices.READ MORE
MB&G Foresters out of our Roseburg office had a blast at the Oregon State University Forestry Career Fair last week. Always fun to meet the next generation of foresters.READ MORE
Learn more about The Wildlife Society here. The Wildlife Society’s Annual Conference is widely regarded as the largest and most important technical meeting for wildlife professionals and students in North America, perhaps the world. Each year, the conference provides roughly 1,000 educational opportunities for attendees in the form of scientific symposia, workshops, trainings, poster sessions, […]READ MORE