HJA Day

HJA Day has been an ongoing event at the Andrews Forest for many years. Here, attendees pose for a group photo at the 2010 event. Photo by Jay Sexton.

HJA Day is an annual field gathering to share information about research, outreach, education, management, and arts and humanities at the Andrews Forest. The full-day event takes place at the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest in Blue River, Oregon, and features presentations and field trips. HJA Day is hosted by the Andrews Forest Long-Term Ecological Research (LTER) Program. In 2018, HJA Day highlights the 70th anniversary of the 1948 establishment of the HJ Andrews Experimental Forest (see our History page for more on the history of the site). 

HJA Day 2018: Celebrating 70 Years of Research and Inquiry

Thursday, June 28

HJA Day is open to anyone. The event is free. Due to limited space and staffing, registration is limited to 120 attendees. Registration will close June 20, but may close earlier if full: 

Schedule:

7:30 AM: Vans depart from OSU. West side of Richardson Hall

9:30 AM: Coffee and pastries. Sign-up for afternoon field trips.  Cafeteria.

9:45 AM: Introductions and Welcomes. Pavilion

10:00 AM: Final sign-up for field trips, move to first morning presentation station

10:15 AM – 12:00 PM:  Morning stations. Around Headquarters.

12:00 – 12:50 PM.  Lunch. Attendees bring a sack lunch. Headquarters.

12:50 PM:  Assemble for field trips. Load vans.

1:00 – 3:00 PM.  Field Trips.

3:00 PM:  70th Anniversary cake and celebration!  

3:30 PM: First van departs for Corvallis (vans will load and depart when 10-12 people are ready)

4:00 PM: Final van departs for Corvallis

6:00 PM: Vans arrive in Corvallis

 

Transportation from the OSU campus is provided.  Morning refreshments and an afternoon snack are provided. Participants bring a sack lunch.