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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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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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End of the Year Giving: Give Back to the Forests You Love!

As the end of the year approaches, give back to the forests you love! Click here to learn more about what it means to be a member of Forest Connection.


OSU Research Forests 2015 Spring-Summer Newsletter

This newsletter is full of information about new trails, harvest operations, ecological restoration, volunteer efforts, forest events, and much more! Read this spring-summer issue to stay up-to-date about what is exciting and new on the OSU Research Forests, and learn how you can get involved!

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Forestry Events

02May2017

The Songs of the Trees, David George Haskell

Over several years David Haskell (author of the award-winning book The Forest Unseen) visited a dozen trees, sitting with each to listen to its story. The trees are…
08May2017

Thesis Defense: Byrne Miyamoto

Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) is a conifer that is native to Oregon, California, Washington, Nevada, and Idaho. Juniper is known to have highly decay resistant heartwood and is…
17May2017

Starker Lecture Series

The Capstone Field Trip will explore local areas that are impacted by recreationists, public and private land owners and the relationships between them.…