OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

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

Homepage

Welcome to the OSU Research Forests!

The OSU Research Forests were donated to the College of Forestry to serve as a living laboratory and outdoor classroom for students, researchers and managers to learn about forest ecosystems and management. OSU utilizes the Research Forests to find new ways to sustainably manage forests for conservation, education, business, and recreation.

Our forests proudly serve as a refuge for the community to connect with nature, learn about our ecosystems, and enjoy favorite outdoor activities. All operations on the forests – including recreation and trails – are self-funded through timber harvests.

Trailheads can get congested, so check out this webpage for tips in planning your next trip to the Research Forests!

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!

Related Documents: 

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!  

Related Documents: 

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! 

Related Documents: 

Pages

Forestry Events

19Jan2019

Willamette Valley Bird Symposium at CH2M Hill Alumni Center

An annual, day-long symposium bringing together professionals, students, and amateurs from the Willamette Valley to celebrate birds. This year we are offering FREE admission for 7-12 students! 7-12 students who…