OREGON STATE UNIVERSITY

Daffodils

Information for Faculty/Staff

CoF News

Wolves need space to roam to control expanding coyote populations

"It will be interesting to see the influence of large predators on smaller predators in other parts of the world, especially the role of the big cats such as jaguars, leopards, lions and tigers," said co-author William Ripple of Oregon State University.(more)

When wolves return to the wild, everything changes

In Yellowstone, the wolves quickly reclaimed their spot as top predator. Ecologist William Ripple of Oregon State University has been studying the wolves since their return.(more)

Historic Camperdown elms saved on state Capitol grounds

Paul Ries, an urban forestry expert who splits time between the Oregon Department of Forestry and Oregon State University, said Camperdown elms are uncommon but not rare. He guessed there may be a few hundred or so in the state, although there is no documentation for an accurate count.(more)

Events


31May2017

Renewable Materials Honors Thesis Defense: Hayley Girod

Western juniper (Juniperus occidentalis) is a "native invasive" tree species in eastern Oregon.  It is extremely good at finding and consuming water in arid climates, which makes it…
01Jun2017

Thesis Defense: Daniel Trebelhorn

Untreated wood is inherently hygroscopic and moisture content variations can have substantial effects on dimensional stability leading to the development of deep surface checks that further enhance moisture…
02Jun2017

Forestry Executive Committee Meeting

The Forestry Executive Committee Meeting is held the first Friday of each month and is open to all students, faculty and staff, and we welcome your participation! To…
03Jun2017

National Get Outdoors Day

The fifth annual National Get Outdoors Day event will be held on Saturday June 3rd, 2017 from 10am-3pm at Peavy Arboretum. This free event is hosted by OSU…
07Jul2017

Forestry Executive Committee Meeting

The Forestry Executive Committee Meeting is held the first Friday of each month and is open to all students, faculty and staff, and we welcome your participation! To…