News & Events

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September 09, 2019
The Spring Creek Project organizes arts and humanities collaborations at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest through our Long-Term Ecological Reflections program. We invite you to visit the Forest Log where we've collected writing from more...
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August 25, 2019
It was 70 years ago this month (25 August 1949 to be precise) that the US Geological Survey (USGS) started gaging Lookout Creek of the Andrews Forest. Harry S. Truman was president. While the official record starts on 1 October 1949, gaging was...
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June 20, 2019
Today is the last day to register for HJA Day, our annual field day at the Andrews Forest. The event is Thursday, June 27. See more, and register online at  https://andrewsforest.oregonstate.edu/outreach/events/hjaday   
Event
June 07, 2019

June 7, 9-11 AM. Forestry Sciences Lab, 3200 SW Jefferson Way, Room 20

  • "Fire and land (dis)use as long-term human-environment interactions" presented Michael Coughlan, Research Associate, Institute for a Sustainable Environment, University of Oregon....
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June 06, 2019

Please join us on Thursday, June 6 at 12:30pm in Richardson 115 for a presentation of Sativa’s capstone, titled: “Creating Space for the Humanities: Alternative Efforts to Diversify Natural Resources.” Sativa is pursuing her MF in Forest Ecosystems and Society with Dr. Michael Paul Nelson....

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June 06, 2019

Please join us on Thursday, June 6 at 2:00pm in Richardson 115 for a presentation of Allison’s thesis, titled: “Stream Temperature and Primary Producer Responses to Riparian Canopy Gaps Over Forested Headwaters.” Allison is pursuing her MS in Forest Ecosystems and Society with Dr. Dana Warren....

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May 22, 2019
Quite amazing!  Andrews Forest figures significantly in two books gaining Pulitzer Prize praise in 2019. Richard Power’s 502-page book The Overstory: A Novel is winner in the Fiction category.  Despite the standard disclaimer that...
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May 09, 2019

"Bottom-up drivers of primary producers and predator populations in Oregon streams"

Understanding factors limiting food web productivity is important to effective management of stream ecosystems and biota. Two key resources that influence productivity at the base of the food web are light...

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May 08, 2019
Congratulations to Chelsea Batavia, recipient of the 2019-2020 Social Science Graduate Student Award in recognition of excellent performance as a student studying social science in the Forest Ecosystems and Society graduate program, and for...
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May 06, 2019
The rough-skinned newt is an emblem of moist forests of the Pacific Northwest. The newt is the unofficial mascot of the Andrews Forest -- it even shows up on our logo!  Check out this short film, March of the Newts, that celebrates the nature...