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Go, fish, go: It took a community to restore an Oregon creek to its natural state

For the first time in 70 years, threatened and vulnerable migratory fish now have access to two additional miles of critical cold-water habitat on our property in southwest Oregon ... Read More
April 22, 2020

Snorkeling student scientists explore rich waterway in our Oregon timberlands

The experience gave students a chance to learn about birds, fish and other fauna essential to river health ... Read More
November 29, 2018

Unique OSU research shows forestry operations don’t bother bees

A recent research project conducted by scientists from Oregon State University wanted to learn if bee populations are affected by extensive removal of timber residue/biomass during and after harvesting. ... Read More
November 6, 2018

New Study Measures the Effect of Roads on Streams; Results a 'Major Success'

A new report on the effects of logging roads in the northern Oregon Coast Range shows our efforts to protect streams, fish and other aquatic critters are working.  ... Read More
October 31, 2017

Weyerhaeuser donation supports school’s environmental program

Some call it the Great Coastal Gale. Others don’t have a name for it — it’s just the 2007 Storm, as if there were only one storm that year. But whether named or nameless, the massive winter storm that ravaged the Pacific Northwest in December 2007 will be remembered for generations. ... Read More
March 20, 2014

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