Powerland Heritage Park     Contact trial host : 
Brooks, OR

L1V : AM March 2, 2019
L1E : PM March 2, 2019
L2V : AM March 3, 2019
L2E : PM March 3, 2019

Official NACSW™

K9 Nose Work® L1V, L1E, L2V & L2E Trials

March 2 and 3, 2019


Powerland Heritage Park
3995 Brooklake Rd NE
Brooks, OR 97303

Please Note: It is not appropriate to visit the trial location prior to the trial date, nor should training take place on trial grounds once an event is approved/announced. Our locations are real life search environments where people work, go to school, etc. Pre-trial contact or visits risk the host losing the opportunity to use the location again in the future.

Trial Hosts:

Helix Fairweather & Kristina Leipzig, Doglandia, LLC

Saturday AM: Level 1 Vehicle

Level 1 Vehicle

Saturday PM: Level 1 Exterior

Level 1 Exterior

Sunday AM: Level 2 Vehicle

Level 2 Vehicle

Sunday PM: Level 2 Exterior

Level 2 Exterior

Marion County has no breed specific legislation.

Certifying Official:

Anita Cheesman


Saturday AM: Marty Scott & Anita Cheesman
Saturday PM: Marty Scott & Anita Cheesman
Sunday AM: Marty Scott & Anita Cheesman
Sunday PM: Marty Scott & Anita Cheesman

Entry Cost:

Level 1: $65 per dog and handler team
Level 2: $70 per dog and handler team

Number of Entries:

Level 1: 35 entries
Level 2: 25 entries

Payable to Doglandia, LLC via check or money order ONLY.

One dog per handler per Level/Element.

If your email program requires email addresses to be pre-approved, and if you are excitedly awaiting your trial confirmation emails, BE SURE to set up your hard-working trial host's email address as *approved* ahead of time!

If you haven't received an email confirmation or notification of your position on the wait list by the date below, check spam and junk folders. If you cannot find it there, contact your host at the address below. And remember, set up your host's address to be allowed.


Registration Entry and Closing:

  • Trial entry will open on Jan 17, 2019, at 9:00 AM Pacific Time.  Entries will be awarded by random draw of all entries received between 9am Jan 17, 2019, and 9am Jan 19, 2019.
  • Trial entry will close when entries fill after the draw period or 9am Pacific Time on Feb 15 , 2019.
  • NACSW reserves the right to cancel a trial if minimum entry numbers are not met.
  • The trial host of an event has the right to refuse entry of any competitor or dog for just cause as approved by the National Trial Committee. Just cause includes lack of adherence to NACSW rules and guidelines and the policies outlined in each event entry premium.
  • Note:  We will not be taking payment until you are given a space in the trial. If you are given a space in the trial, you will receive information on how to submit payment. You will then have four days to complete your payment to confirm your space in the trial.

Registration Method:

All registration will be on-line via the link provided to the NACSW™ trial registration form. Paper and phone entries will not be accepted. Completing the form is not a guarantee of entry. You will receive an auto-response email confirming that we received your trial entry after registration - this email does not confirm your space in the trial. There will be a separate confirmation from to let you know if your entry has been given a space in the trial.

Entry Method:

A Qualified Entry is one that meets all the following criteria

  1. Complete the on-line trial entry between 9AM Pacific Time Jan 17 , 2019, and 9AM Pacific Time Jan 19, 2019.
  2. The Handler is a NACSW™ member for the 2018-2019 membership year (8/1/18- 7/ 31/19).
  3. The Dog is registered with the NACSW™
  4. Dogs participating in a trial must be at least one year of age.
  5. The Dog has passed the appropriate ORT and prior title level at least 14 days before the trial opens for entries.
  6. Qualified entry for L1V – Dog has not yet earned the L1V title level.
  7. Qualified entry for L1E – Dog has not yet earned the L1E title level.
  8. Qualified entry for L2V – Dog has earned a L1V title and has not yet earned the L2V title level.
  9. Qualified entry for L2E - Dog has earned a L1E title and has not yet earned the L2E title.


Trial spaces will be awarded in the following manner:

  • Spaces will be awarded by a random draw of all Qualified Entries (see below) received between 9AM Pacific time, Jan 17 , 2019, and 9AM Pacific Time on Jan 19 , 2019.

  • In the event you are having technical difficulties with the entry system, please email trialEntry@nacsw.net prior to the end of the draw period.

  • If a trial level is not full after the draw of Qualified Entries, then there will be a Secondary Draw of any entries received that did not meet the ORT or title requirements.  These entries will be accepted pending completion of the requirements. Please note: Dogs must earn the appropriate ORT and prior title level at least 3 days prior to the trial date to be eligible to compete. If the required title or ORT is earned less than 14 days prior to the event, it is the competitor’s responsibility to provide proof of the ORT or title to the event host in the form of a score book or a photo of the official results.

Note: If you are entered in another trial before this one and earn the title for the level you are entering (L1V, L1E, L2V, L2E) at this trial, you will forfeit your space in this trial. You may request that the host add you to the list of those wishing to run their dog For Exhibition Only (FEO), in which case you may be given a space in the trial if space remains after all Qualified Entries are accommodated.

If you earn the title level after the refund period has ended, then you must contact the trial host at:  within 48 hours of earning your title and at least 72 hours before the trial you are registered for to let them know you are no longer eligible.

If you contact the host within 48 hours of titling and at least 72 hours before their trial and (1) we are unable to fill your space, then you won't be given a refund but will be allowed to keep your space in the trial and run your dog FEO or (2) we are able to fill your space then a refund will be issued minus the processing fee listed in the cancellation policy.

If you fail to contact the host within 48 hours of earning your title and at least 72 hours before the trial you are registered for then you will forfeit your space, you will not be allowed to run as FEO, and no refund will be issued.

  • After all entries received during the draw period are processed, if the trial level is still not full, entries will continue to be accepted in the order they are received through the closing date or when entries fill.

  • You may enter multiple dogs for entry in the draw.  However, only one dog/handler per Level/element will be accepted into the trial.  Entry will go to the dog selected in the draw – you may not swap to an alternate dog.   If multiple dogs are selected in the draw, you may select which dog you wish to enter.  Once a dog has been entered as a second dog/handler entry, you may not swap handlers after the draw to change the entry to a first dog/handler unless the trial is not full.

  • Dogs may be given space in multiple trials of different level/elements during a trial weekend. No dog may enter the same element at two different levels on the same trial weekend.

  • Some trial entries may be given priority entry based on contributions to the organization and the trial process.

  • If space remains after all qualified entries are accommodated on Jan 24, 2019, then we may accept entries for those who wish to run a dog For Exhibition Only (FEO). Dogs running FEO are not eligible to receive titles or earn placement ribbons. FEO results will not be included in the posted trial results

You will be notified via e-mail of the results of the random draw by 5:00PM (pacific time) Jan 24, 2018.  If you are given a space in the trial, you will receive information on how to submit payment.  You will then have four days to send your payment (via snail mail) to confirm your space in the trial.

A waiting list for alternates will be started as soon as entries fill. Alternates will be contacted when a space opens. Note: Depending on last minute trial logistics, we may opt to not fill all canceled spaces.

Be sure you read and understand the guidelines for this trial before entering. By submitting a registration for this NACSW™ Trial, you acknowledge that you have read, understand, and accept the policies and liability information of NACSW™.

Cancellation Policy:

 The following cancellation policy applies:

For cancellation of entries on or before 5pm Pacific Time FEB 15, 2019– Full refund minus $20 processing fee.


For cancellation of entries AFTER5 pm Pacific Time FEB 15, 2019– no refunds will be issued. 


All cancellations must be emailed to

Entry fees shall not be refunded if a dog is absent, disqualified, or excused by the NACSW™ official or judge.


This cancellation and refund policy apply to competitors that must withdraw for any reason including but not limited to injury, illness, emergency, and personal or work-related reasons.


No part of the fee will be refunded if the trial cannot take place or be completed by reason of fire, civil disturbances, an Act of God, public emergency, or any other cause beyond the control of the trial organizers.

Trial Conditions:

At an Element Specialty Trial, there will typically be 3-5 searches for each trial. This number may vary to allow for more locations to be obtained for trials. Difficulty will be adjusted by the Certifying Official through selection of areas, hide placement, etc. Search areas will tend to be varied in environment for each trial. For example, for a Level 1 Containe search you might have container searches in large spaces, small spaces, inside, outside, with elevation, etc.

Modeled after real-life detection work, K9 Nose Work® trials are held in many different locations, with a variety of terrain, under varying weather conditions. Dogs and handlers need to be able to safely negotiate a variety of surfaces, including, but not limited to, tile, linoleum, carpeting, gravel, asphalt, uneven surfaces, and slippery footing. Handlers should be prepared to deal with a variety of weather conditions, including heat, cold, rain and snow. Trials frequently require covering extensive distances to get to and from the parking area to each of the search areas and generally require that this be done across natural, uneven surfaces. Handlers should be prepared for the physical demands and must be able to navigate the terrain with their dog accordingly. Participants should expect to spend most of the day outside or in their vehicles as there are no indoor crating options at these trials. Please be prepared for you and your canine partner to deal with these varying environmental challenges. Handlers should familiarize themselves with potential regional risks and health concerns that may affect themselves or their dogs.  Handlers agree that they are entering this trial at their own risk. 

This trial is located in a tourist attraction park comprised of independent museums housing antique power and transportation equipment displays. Surfaces are asphalt or packed gravel with some areas of grass (likely very wet at this time of year). There are no steps nor changes in elevation. There will be long walks to and from some of the search areas. Due to unforeseen conditions, such as weather or change in availability of areas at the location, the expected search areas, parking, and pathways to the search areas may be modified at the last minute.


By registering for the trial, the competitor hereby assumes all risks of, and responsibility for, accidents and/or damage to her/himself or to her/his property or to others, resulting from the actions of her/his dog. The competitor expressly agrees that the NACSW™, Helix Fairweather, Kristina Leipzig, Doglandia, LLC, and its assignees or any other person, or persons, of said groups, shall not be held liable personally, or collectively, under any circumstances, for injury, and/or damage to her/himself, for loss or injury to property, whether due to uncontrolled dogs or negligence of any member of said groups, or any other cause, or causes.  The competitor also agrees to assume all financial liability that may be incurred by the NACSW™ due to the actions of themselves or their dogs regardless of the cause.

Dog Policies:

  • All dogs must be on a 6’ leash at all times when not being tested. NO flexi-leashes while not participating in a competition search.
  • Reactive and/or spatially challenged dogs should wear a red bandana (to be provided by the dog’s handler) to help signal others that the dog needs extra space from other dogs.
  • Dogs will be toileted in designated areas and handlers must pick-up and dispose of waste.
  • Dogs and handlers must stay in designated areas to avoid contaminating testing space, interrupting a test, or from viewing any part of the testing.
  • Unentered dogs must remain in the competitor’s vehicle during the trial day. There will be ample potty areas, but unentered dogs should not be allowed to “play”, exercise, or train on the trial grounds.
  • Competitors should expect to keep their dogs confined in a crate or vehicle when not competing. The logistics of a trial typically do not allow for dogs to hang out on leash in between searches. Competitors should plan to provide their own shade using canopies or shade cloths.  

Females in Season:

Will be allowed to run wearing “pants” at the very end of the running orders after all other dogs have been judged. Females in season will be parked and pottied in areas separate from the other dogs while at the trial if the location logistics permit. Handlers must contact so plans can be made for the dog.