Understanding Wood Behavior
Oregon State University Lincoln County Extension Service is offering a workshop for wood industry personnel, woodworkers, wood hobbyists or anyone interested in learning more about wood behavior.
Wood is a multilayered, lignocellulosic, visoelastic, thermoplastic, cellular material of biological origin that is both hygroscopic and anisotropic.
If you did not know this then join us for a fun and informative class that will help you understand wood behavior during cutting, shaping and drying, and why wood is such a great structural and aesthetic building material.
Class will be at the new OSU Lincoln County Extension Office, 9:00AM – Noon on October 3rd. Registration is $10 per person to cover the cost of handout materials. You must register by Thursday, October 1st. Space is limited so register early.
You can access the registration form on line by clicking here. or stop by the OSU Lincoln County Extension Office, 1211 SE Bay Blvd. in Newport.
For more information contact Jim Reeb at: Jim.Reeb@oregonstate.edu