The Andrews Forest is an important outdoor classroom for ecology, forestry, hydrology, and biology students from the Pacific Northwest. More than 15 graduate and undergraduate courses use the Andrews Forest annually. Course use ranges from tours given by the Forest Director, other scientists, and staff at the McKenzie River Ranger District to weekend and week-long stays at the headquarters and forays into the forest. The courses originate from universities, colleges, and community colleges in the Pacific Northwest, nation-wide, and even international institutions. Classes from as far away and Japan and Quebec have also visited the Andrews Forest for field courses. Increasingly, classes are using our online data and resources for student research projects.
The following lists titles of courses associated with the Andrews Forest: 2008 - 2011 2000 - 2007
For more information on arranging or attending a course or tour at the Andrews Forest, contact the Andrews Forest Director .