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Our department comprises a unique group of specialists in forest management, engineering, biometrics, hydrology, forest health, and silviculture working to support decisions for sustainable forests. Our teaching and research emphasize all aspects of active forest management and restoration from regeneration through harvest for multiple land use objectives, including wood production and management for values other than wood.


The Million Tree Project

April 2011

Robin Rose, Professor in the College of Forestry at Oregon State University discusses the Million Tree Project. Video shows the Shanghai organization "Roots & Shoots" planting trees in Inner Mongolia, China.

New Graduate Program

The Sustainable Forest Management (SFM) graduate program emphasizes the conservation of forest-dominated landscapes to meet a defined set of ecological, economic and social criteria over long time frames. The program follows the sustainable principles outlined by the Montreal Process Criteria and Indicators. These principles have been adopted by the State of Oregon.

Event Calendar


Ecology, Evolution, and Conservation of Biodiversity Seminar Series

Matt Betts will discuss research from his lab focused on (1) conservation of biodiversity and ecosystem services in managed forests of the Northwest, (2) landscape fragmentation thresholds for temperate…

Predator Conservation and Trophic Ecology

Ph.D. Defense: Christopher Wolf (FES / Statistics)
Christopher Wolf, candidate for Ph.D. in Forest Ecosystems and Society and Statistics under the advisement of Dr. Bill Ripple and…


Forestry Leadership Speaker Series

Dr. Dennis Becker, Director-Policy Analysis Group and Associate Professor of Natural Resources & Society, University of Idaho

All are welcome to participate in the public presentations!


Employer Information Session

Campbell Global is currently hiring a Forestry Technician summer intern position and is holding a general information session to talk about Campble Global and the position.