CoF News

New statewide council focuses on prescribed fires

The new council could benefit both students and professionals focused on wildfire, said John Bailey, an associate professor for Oregon State University. Through it they will be “keeping up on the latest and greatest in prescribed fire and technology,” he said.(more)

Oregon State U Seventh Best Ag School in World

"We're excited about another top global ranking that recognizes the breadth and depth of our research and teaching, and our great partnership with the College of Agricultural Sciences," says Thomas Maness, OSU College of Forestry dean. "It's very satisfying to see the excellence of our faculty... (more)

South Santiam Community Forest Corridor members formalize land deal

Thomas Maness, dean of the Oregon State University school of forestry emceed the event and was a co-convener along with Cynthia Solie of the project supported by Gov. Kitzhaber’s Oregon Solutions program. “This is the culmination of a lot of hard work by a lot of people,” Maness said. “I’m proud... (more)

Event Calendar


Woodland Weed Workshop 1

Weed control is often the key to success or failure in establishing trees and maintaining tree growth.  These workshops will cover principles and practices of vegetation management for…

CCSWA Log Scaling Workshop

Don't miss the chance to see Van Natta's Tree Farm Follow the signs off of Apiary Road 9 a.m.    Coffee and donuts 10…

Western Forestry Graduate Research Symposium

The theme for this year’s symposium is Branching out: Communicating forest research beyond academics. This unique all-college event is an exciting opportunity to share research and ideas with…

Columbia Forest Products

Representatives from Columbia Forest Products will be on campus to conduct interviews in Career Services,  College of Forestry and College of Business majors.  Application deadline April 10th. …

Starker Lecture Series- Working Forests Across the Landscape

  “Boundaries: Fires don’t understand them,” a private forest landowner once exclaimed about the need to restore forest conditions on both side of the fence…