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Camille Moyers graduated in 2014 with a Bachelor of Science in Renewable Materials and an option in Marketing & Management. Camille started her journey at Oregon State University studying Interior Design, but met with the academic advisor for Renewable Materials during her sophomore year,...

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The company announced its new panels in October, capping more than a year of development and performance testing at Oregon State’s Advanced Wood Products Laboratory. “The results look very promising,” said Ari Sinha, assistant professor in OSU’s College of Forestry, who oversaw the tests. “This...

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Professor Steve Strauss was recently interviewed on Idaho Agribusiness Today about saving pine forests.

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“Many crop species, and many of the valuable varieties within them, remain extremely difficult to genetically engineer,” said Steve Strauss, OSU distinguished professor in the College of Forestry and project leader. “This greatly limits the ability of this method to be used for plant breeding...

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Upcoming CE Opportunities

How to Dry Lumber for Quality & Profit

Presented By: 
OSU College of Forestry
12 Dec 2016 (All day)

The purpose of this course is to provide a basic understanding of wood and how to dry it.  Practical, up-to-date information will be provided on wood properties and how wood dries.  You’ll learn how both steam-heated and dehumidification kilns are made, operated and maintained, and how to create

Pollinators in Managed Forest Landscapes

Presented By: 
Oregon State University College of Forestry
30 Mar 2017 - 9:00am

The aim of Pollinators in Managed Forest Landscapes is to bring together researchers and land managers to share findings from current pollinator research and to develop a research agenda for pollinators within managed forests of the Pacific Northwest.

Forest Regeneration in Changing Environments

Presented By: 
Oregon State University College of Forestry, Purdue University, University of Idaho
11 Jul 2017 (All day)

Adapting forest regeneration practices to changing climate, natural disturbances, policies, markets, and technology present continuous challenges and opportunities. Access to the best available scientific research on these topics is key to successfully adapting to these changes.