McDonald-Dunn Research Forest
Thanks to the generosity of Mary McDonald, a wealthy widow in California, the college was able to buy the first major pieces of the "Mac-Dunn" as it is called. A recent article in the Oregon Stater features the story of Mary McDonald. OSU’s College Research Forests serve many purposes for the College of Forestry and surrounding community of Corvallis, OR. Students from undergraduates to PhD candidates use the forest as a living laboratory and classroom, while residents and visitors are welcome to enjoy the trails.