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Changing climate, adapting management

The forests of the Pacific Northwest are amazingly productive, but will this change in the future? Most scientists agree that global climate change has already affected where and how trees grow, and long-term changes in temperature and precipitation will present new challenges to forest managers...

Bird's-eye View

Matt BettsIntensively managed plantation forests are seen as one way to meet the high global demand for wood. How...

Managing a Monstrous Menace

In ancient Greece, there was once a beautiful maiden who aroused the jealousy of a goddess. In...

Quality Assurance

Alum Travis Snapp makes sure wood products are safe and reliable - worldwide.

Forestry alum Travis Snapp attended got his Bachelor’s at Oregon State in 2009. He is now the General Manager of the Engineered Wood Products Division of ...

Return of the Big Predators

As wolves spread across the American West and even into areas of the East Coast, where their official presence has yet to be acknowledged, Ph.D. student Cristina Eisenberg’s...

Going Forward

Kirstin TillemanKirstin Tilleman is passionate about basketball…and studying natural resources.

Student-athlete Kirsten Tilleman had more in mind than just basketball when she...

Traveling Far

Ashlee Tibbets

A forestry student talks about her trip to Scandinavia to learn sustainable practices.

For one month last year, forest products marketing Master’s...

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