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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

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OSU College Forests Spring Newsletter

Check out our spring newsletter for lots of great info about spring and summer plans on the OSU College Forests!  

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College Forests Newsletter - New Year's Edition!

Happy New Year!!  Check out our winter newsletter to learn what we've been up to over the past year and what we hope to achieve in 2014.

OSU College Forests Fall Newsletter

Check out all of the exciting happenings on the OSU College Forests this fall in our newly issued newsletter.  New trails, volunteers, staffing changes, forest management activities... and LOTS more! 

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Forestry Events

24May2017

WSE Seminar Series: Gabriel Schwarzmann, MS Candidate

CLT is becoming global. New countries and regions increasingly realize the potential of what can be done with CLT. As a result, new markets are forming and new…
24May2017

Pro-Forestry Consulting LLC

Contact Al Pancoast  alexander.pancoast@oregonstate.edu  …
25May2017

Value and Evaluation: A Case Study of Interdisciplinary Green Infrastructure Continuing Professional Education Trainings

Christine Johnson, candidate for M.S. in Forest Ecosystems and Society with Dr. Paul Ries and Dr. Jenna Tilt, will present her thesis.…
25May2017

Douglas-fir Seedlings in the Pacific Northwest: The Genetics of Drought Hardiness

Erda Celer, candidate for M.S. in Forest Ecosystems and Society with Dr. Glenn Howe, will present her thesis.…
31May2017

WSE Seminar Series: Shahlinney Lipeh, PhD Candidate

Global trends in timber utilization are shifting towards harvests of younger, smaller diameter trees originating from more intensively managed forests. The wood from these trees is perceived as…