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Designs are finalized, and construction of the Oregon Forest Science Complex (OFSC) is underway. Comprised of a new and improved Peavy Hall and the A.A. “Red” Emmerson Advanced Wood Products Laboratory, the complex will feature...

Forest Engineering: the best of both worlds

Danica Ruud is a sophomore from Portland studying Forest Engineering. Ruud was encouraged to study forestry by her mother, the director for Talk About Trees, a non-profit that teaches elementary school aged children about trees. In high school, she became interested in forestry after job...

Managing Oregon State’s research forests

The College of Forestry operates eight forests—a total of 15,000 acres—that are collectively known as the OSU Research Forests. Oregon State University and the Corvallis community are fortunate enough to have access to 11,500...

Managing natural resources for the future

Jerry Risk is an Ambassador for Agriculture, Forestry and Natural Resources, majoring in Natural Resources with an option in watershed management and a minor in chemistry. He’s from Sutherlin, Oregon, and...

New collaborative effort takes flight

Matt Betts knows all of the songbirds in the forest by ear. But at Chip Ross Park in Corvallis, he stands silently and picks out the song of an orange-crowned warbler.  

“In some parts of...

Opportunities help undergrads find their path

Forest Engineering and Civil Engineering student Kristina Hossley worked hard this summer at a job with the Federal Highways Administration in Alaska. She was an...

Randi Shaw: diversity and inclusion in environmental action

On Earth Day, Randi Shaw and the Diverse Perspectives in Forestry Group (DPFG) led a caravan of seven vehicles up winding roads to Beazell Memorial Forest. Tall conifers swayed in the...

Welcome to Anthony Davis!

The Oregon State University College of Forestry has named Anthony S. Davis as associate dean for research. Davis joins OSU from the...

College Research Forests Video

The Oregon State University College Research Forests are the jewel of the College of Forestry, serving as a living laboratory, working forest, classroom, and sanctuary for researchers, educators, students, community groups, forest neighbors, and Corvallis area residents. Join College of Forestry...

Mariapaola Riggio: on the ground floor of advanced wood products construction

Growing up in Italy, Mariapaola Riggio has been always exposed to the allure of art, design and history –restoration of historical buildings later became the focus of her career.Riggio, an...

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