College Forests Monthly Newsletter

This month's newsletter takes a closer look at the Forest Discovery Program and explores alternative trailhead transportation.

Have you ever wondered about the fish of the Oak Creek Watershed? What about why the OSU Research Forests ask dog owners to pick up after their pets, but not equestrians? Find all the answers and more in the August Newsletter.

This month we take a look at diversity, equity, and inclusion in outdoor recreation. Special announcements include fire season, timber closure safety, and trail work parties!

This month, we recognize five graduating seniors for all of their hard work with the Forests. We also gain an inside perspective of timber management through the eyes of a student intern. 

In this month's newsletter, learn how forest managers select wildlife trees and explore the unique history of camas, a common Oregon wildflower. You’ll also meet another student employee!

This month's newsletter highlights recent efforts on the part of OSU Research Forests and community members to come together, answer questions, and strengthen relationships. We cover a unique trail build which brought together equestrians and mountain bikers, and the Forests' first public harvest tour. 

 In this month's newsletter, you can learn about reforestation on the Research Forests and find out how to report trail issues and hazards to our forest staff. You'll also meet one of the recreation field students, Josh Fix!

In this month's newsletter, learn how forest managers are using new technology in the field, review Leave No Trace principles, and meet recreation field student Tiana Last! 

In this month's newsletter you'll find the 2020 Harvest Details Table and links to visit our Interactive Web Map so you can plan this years' recreation trips without surprises!

This month's newsletter takes a look back on 2019 and all that was accomplished, as well as some cool information about trail building you may not have known before! We also give thanks to all of our volunteers and partners who make it all possible, and provide you with information on how to get involved or support the Recreation and Engagement Program through donations