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Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

Welcome to OSU Research Forests

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Announcements

Smile and Say "Woof!" - Dog Photos Needed!

We will be tabling a booth at the all-day doggie event Poocha-Paw-Looza on June 4th, and we want to display awesome photos of you and your pups spending time on the Research Forests. Check out the flyer for more info, and thank you for your help!

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The 2016 Spring Newsletter is here!

Inside you'll find tons of information about research projects and upcoming forest management activities, as well as updates on the recreation program and information of upcoming happenings on the OSU Research Forests.  Check it out!  

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Winter 2016 Newsletter

Check out our 2016 winter newsletter for a review of forest management and recreation developments in 2015, information about cougars and a highly invasive grass, and recommendations for winter trail use. This latest issue of the OSU Research Forests Newsletter also includes news about recent and upcoming volunteer opportunities, where to purchase our new forest map, and opportunities to give back to the forest you love. We hope you enjoy this newsletter, as well as the season ahead! 

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Forestry Events

04May2016

WSE Seminar Series: Mariapaola Riggio, Assistant Professor of Wood Design & Architecture

Timber is one of the oldest building materials, present worldwide in the architectural heritage and one of the most promising, renewable and sustainable materials for the modern construction…
05May2016

Climate Change and Adaptation in Oregon’s Blue Mountains: Does it Matter if People Think Climate Change is Human Caused?

Seminar by Dr. Joel Hartter, Associate Professor, Environmental Studies Program University of Colorado…
10May2016

Successional and disturbance dynamics in the southern Blue Mountains

PhD Dissertation, James (Jim) Johnston candidate for PhD in Forest Science with Dr. Norm Johnson and Dr. John Bailey…
11May2016

WSE Seminar Series: Jonathan Schilling, University of Minnesota

Fungi play a dominant role in recycling the carbon bound in wood, a pool that holds 80% of Earth's aboveground terrestrial carbon. These fungi also cause problems in…