College of Forestry News

Congratulations to the College of Forestry’s Troy Hall, who was a part of the 29-member Baccalaureate Core Reform Committee recognized with the Student Learning and Success Teamwork Award on OSU University Day!

Welcome to the College of Forestry, Lorelle Sherman! Lorelle is the new Extension Forester for Benton, Linn and Polk Counties.

An Oregon State University-led collaboration of ecologists and art historians has demonstrated that landscape paintings from more than 150 years ago can advance environmental science.

Some things happen in an instant. Other things take their time, gradually evolving over the years. The work on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest Long Term Ecological Research Program is more of a take-your-time kind of thing — like 75-year kind of time.

Over the span of three days, from April 13-15, student forestry teams from across the American West gathered at Peavy Arboretum for the annual Association of Western Forestry Club’s Conclave logging sports event. Each day, from 8 a.m.

At this year’s Dean’s Dinner on May 24, the college community honored current students and alumni who are making a difference in our changing world. This year’s outstanding alumni are leading the charge to ensure healthy forests, gender equality, and robust and resilient economies.

Forestry and Natural Resources (FNR) Extension fosters stewardship of Oregon’s forests

The study led by James Johnston of the OSU College of Forestry involved long-term monitoring and research partnerships between OSU, the U.S. Forest Service and local groups in Oregon’s Blue Mountains.