The McDonald-Dunn Research Forest is the crown jewel of the College of Forestry's living laboratories and is only 15 minutes from campus!
Researchers in the Laboratory for Applications of Remote Sensing use satellite imagery to monitor forest change through time
We offer online Graduate Certificates in Urban Forestry, Forests and Climate Change, and Sustainable Natural Resources!
Matthew Betts is one of the first recipients of the Institute for Working Forest Landscapes Research Professorships.
Researchers in the Forest Landscape Ecology Lab study how landscape composition and pattern influence animal behavior, species distributions and ecosystem function.
FES researchers sample for fish in a stream at the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest Long Term Ecological Research site
FES offers undergraduate degrees in Recreation Resource Management, Tourism and Outdoor Leadership, and Natural Resources
Jonathon Batchelor documented the restoration of Hart Mountain’s riparian systems through the use of repeat photography as part of his graduate work.
Ron Reuter is often knee deep in his work—which covers a lot of ground, from soils to water to juniper in central Oregon and beyond
Spring 2016 Focus on Forestry now available