News & Events

March 05, 2020
Leah Wilson's public art installation, Listening to the Forest, will be permanently housed in Oregon State University’s new Forest Science Complex. The art is connected to Leah's work at and inspirations from the Andrews Forest....
March 03, 2020 to April 30, 2020
Position Overview: The LaManna lab in the Department of Biological Sciences at Marquette University is currently looking to hire 3-5 research assistant positions with experience in forest-survey techniques and/or Pacific Northwest herbaceous plant...
March 02, 2020 to March 17, 2020
Seeking two students (undergraduate or graduate students) The first part of the summer will be spent collecting detailed physical and biological data, using established protocols, in a major river restoration project on the S. Fork McKenzie River...
February 07, 2020


“Northern Spotted Owl: long-term research and population demography monitoring.” presented by Damon Lesmeister, Research Wildlife Biologist, USDA Forest Service, Pacific Northwest Research Station

“Northern Spotted Owl (Strix occidentalis caurina)...

January 27, 2020
"Soil respiration from DIRT and spatial distribution of soil C across HJ Andrews" Presented by CSS graduate student Hayley Peter-Contesse, as part of the Crop and Soil Science Winter 2020 Seminar Series. Monday, Jan 27, 4 p.m., ALS 4000...
December 06, 2019


“Temporal consistency of undercanopy thermal refugia in an old growth forest” presented by Chris Wolf, PostDoc, Department of Forest Ecosystems and Society, OSU

“Terrestrial Salamanders of the Pacific Northwest” presented by Tiffany Garcia, Associate...

December 05, 2019

Thesis defense:  Stephanie Schmidt
“Buzzing Bombyliidae and Monitoring Methods: Investigating Long-Term Ecological Data”
Major professors: Mark Schulze and Lisa Ganio
Thursday, December 5 at 9am. Richardson Hall 115

December 03, 2019
Support the Andrews Forest to ensure long-term viability of our forests and streams. Charitable gifts to the Andrews Forest Fund support research, educational programs, arts and humanities connections, and facilities at the Andrews Forest. Please...
November 21, 2019

Lauren Zatkos, who has been modeling aquatic food webs at the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest under the direction of Dr. Ivan Arismendi, will be presenting her Master's research "Structural variation of headwater stream food webs along geophysical gradients."
Thursday, November 21st,  8:...

November 16, 2019

At Liberty will host an interdisciplinary panel discussion in conjunction with the Time and Place: Ecological Work by Leah Wilson exhibition.
The panel, moderated by exhibition...