SEFS IN THE NEWS Archive

Climate Wizard makes large databases of climate information visual, accessible
Science Daily, 12/29/2009
Evan Girvetz, former Postoctoral Research Associate; Josh Lawler, Assistant Professor, landscape ecology


Stick to the principles on Oregon forests bill
The Oregonian, 12/26/2009
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Christmas Bird Count is bird-watchers' annual delight
Seattle Times, 12/22/2009
UW Botanic Gardens Union Bay Natural Area


Oh Tannenbaum! Uncovering the roots of holiday trees
KUOW radio, 12/19/2009
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Pay attention to the man behind the curtain: Climate Wizard makes large databases of climate information visual, accessible
UW News, 12/15/2009
Josh Lawler, Assistant Professor, landscape ecology; Evan Girvetz, former Postoctoral Research Associate


Rare tree stolen from Seattle arboretum
National Public Radio, 12/10/09
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Rare tree stolen from Washington Park Arboretum
Seattle Times, 12/9/2009
Randal Hitchin, Plant Collections, and David Zuckerman, Horticulture Staff supervisor, UW Botanic Gardens


Climate: Actions of a few can’t undermine the facts
Tacoma News Tribune 12/8/2009
Jeremy Littell, alumnus, PhD 2006, College of Forest Resources


Federal forests could be tasked with fighting global warming
The Oregonian, 12/4/2009
Elaine Oneil, Research Associate and alumnus, PhD 2006, MS 2003, College of Forest Resources; and Joel Holtrop, alumnus, MS 1982, College of Forest Resources


Make art, not yard waste, ecological restoration students learn
University Week, 12/3/2009
Union Bay Natural Area; Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, restoration ecology


Protecting the forests, and hoping for payback
New York Times, 11/29/2009
Malcolm North, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1993


China jails environmentalist wanted in U.S.
New York Times, 11/27/2009
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Forest Service says trees can slow climate change
Associated Press, 11/18/2009
Elaine Oneil, Research Associate


Warming 'big threat' to Yosemite
BBC Earth News, 11/2/2009
Jim Lutz, Research Associate


A way forward for Northwest forests
The Oregonian, 11/2/2009
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Autumn leaves at the Washington Park Arboretum
Seattle Times video
Randall Hitchin, Plant Collections, UW Botanic Gardens


Algae bloom killing seabirds mystifies researchers
Seattle Times, 10/30/09
Anthony Odell, Research Analyst, Olympic Natural Resources Center


Another way to enjoy the creatures you study: In a tasty sauce
Chronicle of Higher Education, 10/25/2009
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Pressures of growth heat up 3 Snohomish County Council races
Seattle Times, 10/25/09
Dave Somers, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1995


From outpost to world host, Whistler is ready for the games
Seattle Times, 10/18/09
Paul Mathews, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1974


A forest and a 'carbon sink' grow on Vashon
Seattle PI, 10/15/09
Kate Kurtz, PhD student, forest soils


Confronting climate change
Google earth, October 2009
Josh Lawler, Assistant Professor, landscape ecology (presentation cites Lawler et al. research)


Stimulus money funds studies of ocean surface waves, fire prevention and more
Ernesto Alvarado, Associate Research Professor, wildland fire science
University Week, 10/8/09


Money, and lots of good stuff, really does grow on trees
Daily Herald (suburban Chicago)), 9/29/2009
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Trees mean business: City trees and the retail streetscape
Main Street News, August 2009
Kathleen Wolf, Research Scientist


Robert Seidl, leader in timber industry
Seattle Times obituary, 9/2920/09
Robert Seidl, former Affiliate Professor


Study finds that crows can remember your face so don't make them mad, they're watching you
Q13Fox News, 9/29/2009
A Murder of Crows
CBC Documentaries News, profile of film to premier 10/11/09
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Conference at UM looks at forest biomass as 'game-changer'
The Missoulian, 9/23/2009
Elaine Oneil, Research Associate


Washington commercial fishermen track salmon to save future stocks
The Oregonian, 9/20/2009
Douglas Fricke, alumnus, BS 1969, College of Forest Resources


Prairie burns aim to bring back butterflies
Whidbey Examiner, 9/16/2009
Eric Delvin, PhD student, restoration ecology


Worried about cougars? They’d rather eat a deer
Snohomish County Daily Herald, 9/10/2009
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Discovery Park's cougar is captured, released into wild
Seattle Times, 9/7/2009
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Study tracks where cougars roam in WA
KING 5 News, story and video, 4/15/2009
Brian Kertson, PhD student, wildlife science


Washington: Warming and Wildfires
Climate Central (video originally broadcast on PBS's The NewsHour with Jim Lehrer, 9/2/2009)
Susan Prichard, Research Scientist/Engineer and Jim Agee, Professor Emeritus, forest ecology


Study: Forest zones near waterways recover on their own after fires
The Oregonian, 8/30/2009
Jessica Halofsky, Research Scientist


Smart Birds
New York Times, 8/27/2009
Book review cites research by John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Wood to oil process could make forest thinning pay
Longview Daily News, 8/29/2009
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Washington forests may be solution to state's green-energy quest
University Week, 8/20/2009
John Calhoun; Olympic Natural Resources Director; Rick Gustafson, Professor, paper science and enginering; Bruce Lippke, Professor, forest economics; Larry Mason, Reseach Scientist; and Natalia Raffaeli


Cougar on Leavenworth trail baffles Forest Service officials
Seattle Times, 8/18/2009
Janet Millard, alumna, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1996


Clash over rebirth of Mt. St. Helens
New York Times, 8/17/2009
Peter Frenzen, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1980


Brushed aside: Washington's floral greens industry falters as beleaguered harvesters leave
High Country News, 8/17/2009
Lesley Hoare, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 2006


Save Washington's forests for public and environmental benefit
Seattle Times, 8/16/2009
Brian Boyle, Forum Leader, Northwest Environmental Forum


Establishing the Yosemite Forest Dynamics Plot
California Surveyors, Summer 2009
Jim Lutz, Research Associate; and students Alina Cansler, Keala Hagmann, Alana Lautensleger, Jim Syvertsen, and Camila Tejo,


Research cooperatives serve the forestry community
Western Forester, July/August 2009
David Briggs, Professor and Director, Stand Management and Precision Forestry Cooperatives


New strategy to save forests: logging
Seattle Times, 8/3/2009
College of Forest Resources forestland retention study


Field days educate landowners with forested property
Skagit Valley Herald, 8/2/2009
Dave Peterson, Professor and USDA Forest Service Research Biologist; Kevin Zobrist, alumnist, BS 2000/MS 2001, College of Forest Resources


The Crow Paradox
National Public Radio, 7/27/2009
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Big Trees Decline in Yosemite
New York Times, 8/4/2009
Jim Lutz, Research Associate, and Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology
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Survey 'must stand test of time(also see longer version)
BBC Radio, 7/21/2009
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Mapping America's giant trees
BBC News video clip, 7/20/2009
Yosemite Forest Dynamics Plot researchers, Jim Lutz, Research Associate, and forest ecology PhD students James Freund and Andrew Larson


Man’s legacy keeps growing with the trees
Issaquah Press, 7/21/09
Ben Harrison, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources,1966


Limits on Logging Are Reinstated
New York Times, 7/17/2009
Ann Forest Burns, alumna, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1971


County hears 1,850-acre rezone plan
Tacoma News Tribune, 7/8/2009
Karen Dvornich, Continuing Education Coordinator, Nature Mapping Program


Researchers stunned by inmates' success raising endangered frogs
Seattle Times, 7/6/2009
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Wolverine caught on camera on Mount Adams
Seattle Times, 6/27/2009
Keith Aubry, Affiliate Professor and alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Units concerned with Earth and natural sciences, policy, climate change among those joining new College of the Environment
University Week, 6/25/2009
UW College of the Environment


Major wildfire waiting to happen in WA?
Seattle Times, 6/15/2000
Mike Rowan, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources,1977


Best & Brightest 2009: Kern Ewing
University Week, UW Awards, June 2009
Kern Ewing, Professor, restoration ecology


Global Warming, Local Consequences
UW Columns Magazine, June 2009
Stuart Strand, Professor, phytoremediation; article also refers to Science article co-authored by Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


UW scientists say new online tool aims to take world's temperature
Seattle Times, 5/29/2009
Evan Girvetz, Post-doctoral Research Associate and Josh Lawler, Assistant Professor, landscape ecology


Urbanization Not All Gloom and Doom for Bird Life
KUOW, 5/28/2009
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Yosemite's giant trees disappear
BBC Earth News, 5/22/2009
Jim Lutz, Post-doctoral Research Associate and Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Seattle's tree management needs revising, the city auditor says
Seattle Times, 5/19/2009
Soo Kim, Assistant Professor, plant ecophysiology


Carnivore Conservation in the Pacific Northwest
UWTV Insider, May 2009
Aaron Wirsing, Assistant Professor, wildlife science


Landscaper’s Darling Hybridizes into an Environmental Nuisance
Science News, 5/9/2009
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


UW scientists help with family event at Pacific Science Center
University Week, 4/30/2009
L. Monika Moskal, Assistant Professor, remote sensing and geospatial analysis; Meghan Halabisky, MS/MPA student (College of Forest Resources/Evans School of Public Affairs)


Experts disagree on methods for preventing catastrophic forest fires
Redding Record Searchlight, 4/26/2009
Jim Agee, Professor Emeritus, fire ecology


Most pressure-treated lumber no longer contains arsenic
Ozark Spaces, 4/26/2009
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


Plants could override climate change effects on wildfires
Science Daily, 4/22/2009
Phil Higuera, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2006; Linda Brubaker, Professor Emeritus


U.S. House panel discusses benefits of wood biomass energy during Vancouver hearing
Longview Daily News, 4/21/2009
Rick Gustafson, Professor, paper science and engineering


Wyden's old-growth bill unveiled at timber meeting
Longview Daily News, 4/16/2009
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Pollen delivers allergy season on time
Seattle Times, 4/8/2009
Randall Hitchin, Plant Collections, UW Botanic Gardens


Sapling of historic tree joins Capitol Campus landscape
The Olympian, 4/1/2009
Robert Van Pelt, Affiliate Assistant Professor and alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


State may have brief window to slow loss of working forests to development
UWNews.org, 3/30/2009
Northwest Environmental Forum (NWEF), Gordon Bradley, Professor, land use planning; Brian Boyle, NWEF director; Luke Rogers, Research Scientist


A Garden For All: Questions answered
West Seattle Herald, 3/22/2009
Elisabeth C. Miller Library, UW Botanic Gardens


Unveiling the beautiful, fragile world of rainforest treetop ecosystems
TEDBlog.com, 3/4/2009, video from February 2009 Technology, Education, and Design Conference
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Ore., Wash. lumber exports up in 2008, report says
The Bellingham Herald, 3/2/2009
Ivan Eastin, Professor, forest products marketing


Protected trees turned to firewood: Poachers ply illegal trade in national forests
Seattle PI, 3/2/2009
Dean Yoshina, College of Forest Resources alumnus, BS 1987


Single-issue chair commissioner adjusts to Fish and Wildlife duties
The Olympian, 2/28/2009
Miranda Wecker, Marine Program Manager, Olympic Natural Resources Center


Invasive Insects
New Hampshire Public Radio, 2/24/2009
Dennis Souto, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1974


Science in Action Profile
SACNAS News, Winter/Spring 2009
Laurel James, graduate student,sustainable resource management


Less water, more heat forecast for state
Seattle PI, 2/11/2009
Jeremy Littlell, College of Forest Resources alumnus, PhD 2006


Birds seem to be heading farther north because of climate change
Seattle PI, 2/10/2009
Josh Lawler, Assistant Professor, landscape ecology, John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Forest Concepts makes environmentally friendly products that protect earth after forest fires
Puget Sound Business Journal, 2/6/2009
College of Forest Resources alumni Kenneth Chisolm , BS 1974; and James Dooley, PhD 2000


New this year: The tried and true
New York Times, 2/5/2009
Dan Hinkley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1985


Profit trumps preservation for Boy Scout councils nationwide
Seattle PI, 1/28/2009
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology
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Once-wooded camps sold off to developers
Seattle PI, 1/29/2009
Brian Boyle, Northwest Environmental Forum


A carbon keeper: Crop waste sunk to the ocean deep
New York Times 2/2/2009
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Some of Earth's climate troubles should face burial at sea, scientists say
UWNews.org, 1/28/2009
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Some climate troubles should face burial at sea
redOrbit, 1/29/2009
Stuart Strand, Professor, phytoremediation


Mudslides trigger call for clear-cut answers
Seattle Times, 1/27/2009
Court Stanley, College of Forest Resources alumnus, BS 1983


Girl Scouts, 4-H stress conservation and sustainability
Oregon Live, 1/23/2009
Julie Concannon, College of Forest Resources alumna, PhD 1995


Northwest tree die-off likely due to warming trend, study says
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Seattle Times, 1/23/2009
Widespread increase of tree mortality rates in the western United States
Science, 1/23/2009
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Study ties tree deaths to change in climate
Washington Post, 1/23/2009
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Tree death rate in Pacific Northwest doubled in 17 years
UWNews.org, 1/22/2009
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US forests hold new evidence of global warming
Christian Science Monitor, 1/22/2009
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Environment blamed in Western tree deaths
New York Times, 1/22/2009
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Scientists use massive crane to study troubled forests from above
Popular Mechanics, January 2009
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Andrew J Larson. graduate student, forest ecology


Sprawl flattens frogs, other amphibians struggling to survive
Seattle Times, 1/21/2009
Klaus Richter, alumnus, Ph.D., College of Forest Resources, 1976


Northwest primary care medicine: Curing what ails us
Seattle Times, 1/18/2009
Roger Rosenblatt, College of Forest Resources alumnus, MFR 203


Humans to blame for frequent '"100-year floods?"
KOMONews.com, 1/14/2009
Jeremy Littlell, College of Forest Resources alumnus, PhD 2006


Why are the white pines dying?
Everett Herald, 1/5/2009
Sharon Collman, College of Forest Resources alumna, MS 1972


Group uses lawsuits to help clean up Sound
Seattle PI, 1/4/2009
Sue Joerger, Alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1979


As nature's buffers disappear, flooding becomes routine in Puget Sound region
Seattle Times, 1/12/09
Brian Boyle, NW Environmental Forum and Luke Rogers, Research Scientist


The grounded gardener: Audio tours take gardens to a new level
Seattle PI, 12/17/2008
UW Botanic Gardens


Researchers foresee more fires as climate changes
Spokane Spokesman Review, 12/13/2008
Dave Peterson, Professor, forest ecology, and USDA Forest Service Research Forester


How Wall Street is destroying the timber way of life
Crosscut, 12/12/2008
UW College of Forest Resources


Spreading suburbs lure birds of a different feather
Seattle Times, 12/8/2008
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science; Dave Oleyar, CFR wildlife science program


UW, volunteers join forces trying to save Washington's imperiled plants
University Week, 11/20/2008
UW Botanic Gardens, Rare Plant Care and Conservation Program


Students make holiday papers from wheat straw, giant reed grass instead of wood
University Week, 11/20/2008
Paper Science and Engineering program


Call of the Wild: Dr. Richard Taber receives the Aldo Leopold Memorial Award
Salisbury Post, 11/11/2008
Richard Taber, Emeritus Professsor, wildlife science


New proposal on snowmobiles in Yellowstone
New York Times, 11/3/2008
John Sacklin, College of Forest Resources alumnus, BS 1977


Ecosystem restoration
UW TV e-news, 11/2008
Denman Forestry Issues Series and Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, restoration ecology


The Moss Man of Cedar Creek
U.S. News and World Report, 10/31/2008
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, Ph.D., College of Forest Resources, 1983


Know what's invasive and what's banned when deciding what to plant
Seattle Times, 10/26/2008
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


Bough down: Campus trees a living history
The Daily, 10/22/2008
Brockman Memorial Tree Tour


Biologists seek answers to grizzly bear migration roadblocks
New York Times, 10/17/2008
Chris Servheen, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1975


Coexisting with urban critters
Seattle Times, 10/16/2008
UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum


Cool Crowd: 10 that get it
College of Forest Resources referenced in Sierra Magazine's (September/October 2008) ranking of U.S. Colleges


Waste wood to heat downtown Seattle buildings
Seattle Times, 10/8/2008
Rick Gustafson, Professor of bioresource science


Kennedy Creek preserve opens
The Olympian, 10/1/2008
Joseph Buchanan, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1991


Slide show: Travel the world -- in a garden
University Week, 10/9/2008
UW Botanic Gardens, Pacific Connections Garden
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Pacific Connections Garden's first phase unveiled
Seattle Times, 9/21/2008
Randall Hitchin, staff, UW Botanic Gardens


High mountain meadows at Rainier melt away
Tacoma News Tribune, 10/1/2008
Dave Peterson, Professor, forest ecology, and USDA Forest Service Research Forester


Compared to all commercial carriers, log truckers have better safety record
University Week, 9/30/2008
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Logging Truck Accidents on Decline, But Concerns on Horizon
Northwest Public Radio, 9/2008
Larry Mason, staff, Rural Technology Initiative


Uncovering the "ooh-ah" factor of fall leaves
Seattle Times, 9/25/2008


Tulalip Tribes use precision methods to rejuvenate local forests
Marysville Globe, 9/18/2008
Terry Grinaker, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1977


Fresh Perspectives: Mid-career graduate students in ecology
Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, September 2008
Jim Lutz, Jim Freund, Keala Hagmann, Van Kane, Andrew J Larson. graduate students, forest ecology; and Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


With fab flowers and great bark to boot, crape myrtles heat things up
Seattle Times, 8/31/2008
Fred Hoyt, UW Botanic Gardens Facilities and Grounds Manager


The Grounded Gardener: New ideas let the water-wise reign
Seattle PI, 8/27/2008
UW Botanic Gardens


The crow: One man’s pest Is another’s scientific fetish
Seattle Weekly, 9/10/2008
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Friend or foe? Crows never forget a face, it seems
NY Times, 8/26/2008
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Economist hedges bets on wildfires in California
LiveScience, 8/22/2008
Joanne Ho, graduate student, social sciences


Seven large city trees found poisoned
Seattle PI, 8/22/2008
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Trees dying; poison suspected
Seattle Times, 8/22/2008
Mark Mead, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1987


UW arsonist receives 3-year prison sentence
Seattle Times, 8/21/2008
UW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture


Agency makes it tough to keep tabs on animal kills
The Oregonian, 7/30/2008
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Air tanker drops in wildfires are often just for show
Los Angeles Times, 7/29/2008
Ray Quintanar, BS College of Forest Resources, 1973


Wildfire linked to bugs, warming
Tacoma News Tribune, 7/26/2008
Karen Ripley, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1993


UW prof joins Kew Gardens project
University Week, 7/24/2008
Kern Ewing, Professor, restoration ecology


Fresh scent may hide toxic secret
Seattle PI, 7/23/2008
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Some scented household products contain chemicals classified as toxic, UW study finds
Seattle Times 7/23/2008
Anne Steinemann, Professor and Director, The Water Center


A better environment for a UW College of the Environment
Crosscut Seattle, 7/22/2008


Fort Lewis prairie a sanctuary for four rare species
The (Longview, WA) Daily News, 7/17/2008
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Recovery of the Taylor’s checkerspot butterfly on South Puget Sound prairie habitat
WA Department of Fish & Wildlife video, May 2008
Mary Linders, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 2000


Ecologists clear firs to let in light for oaks
Tacoma News Tribune, 7/15/2008
Connie Harrington, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1984


Experts wonder if Whidbey can sustain booming bald eagle population
PNWLocalNews, 7/9/2008
Ruth Milner, alumnus, BS, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1983,1986


Closed-Door Deal Could Open Land In Montana
Washington Post, 7/5/2008
Ray Rasker, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1982


Wildlife grows bolder in urban habitat
Seattle PI, 6/22/2008
Timothy Quinn, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1992


Wyden's logging plan could please environmentalists, industry
Oregonian, 6/20/2008
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


UW arsonist, Briana Waters, sentenced to 6 years
Seattle Times, 6/20/2008
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10-year prison sentence sought in UW horticulture center arson
Seattle Times, 5/29/2008


Wildfire covers 8,000 acres
The Columbian, 6/18/2008
Jim Agee, Professor Emeritus, fire ecology


Johns Hopkins raps AP story on lead experiment
Newsweek, 6/13/2
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


CFR would enter COE with strong credits in its own name
Seattle Times, 5/19/2008
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All the shades of green
Seattle Times, 5/18/2008
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UW plan merges forestry school, 5 others
Seattle Times, 5/15/2008


Professors share teaching methods at symposium
UW Daily 5/7/2008
Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology


At the UW presidential mansion, renovated grounds now invite and entertain
Seattle Times, 5/4/2008
Ray Larson, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 2005


Class notes: Learning to manage conflicts over natural resources
University Week, 5/1/2008
Clare Ryan, Associate Professor, social sciences


WSU considers axing forestry program
Seattle PI, 4/29/2008
Bruce Bare, Dean and Professor


Oregon educator chosen as 2008 teacher of the year
The Oregonian, 4/29/2008
Mike Geisen, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1996


UW Botanic Gardens' maple collection gets national recognition
University Week , 4/24/2008
UW Botanic Gardens


Tree cutting for scenic reasons nothing new in Seattle
Seattle PI, 4/14/2008
Mark Mead, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1987


Will Chinese plants jump the garden fence?
San Francisco Chronicle, 4/16/2008
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


LiDAR: An emerging tools for multiple resource measuring, planning, and monitoring
Bob McGaughey and Steve Reutebuch, Affiliate Instructors
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The impact of LiDAR technology on transportation system design (page 10)
Peter Schiess, Professor, forest and environmental engineering
Western Forester, March/April 2008


Teaching park offers wetlands, old growth and a bit of danger
Seattle P-I, 3/19/2008
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest


Engineers Without Borders building better lives
Seattle PI, 3/24/2008
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Engineers Without Borders hosts conference; Goat is unlikely gift for EWB adviser Bolton
University Week 3/13/2008
Susan Bolton, Professor, hydrology and stream ecology


The grounded gardener: Wright Park is a fine example of a good city park
Seattle PI, 3/12/2008
Robert Van Pelt, Affiliate Assisnt Professor and alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


Grizzly project bears fruit despite McCain ire
Seattle Times, 3/11/2008
Sterling Miller, alumnus, MS, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1970, 1980


A changing landscape on home valuations
Chicago Tribune, 3/9/2008
Katleen Wolf, Research Scientist


Shade crusade: why city trees are good medicine
Columns Magazine, March 2008
Katleen Wolf, Research Scientist: College of Forest Resources graduate student Jenna Tilt; College of Forest Resources alumni Steve Brueggerhoff, 2001; Robert Corletta, 2002; Sean Dugan, 2004; Mark Mead, 1987; Noel Studer, 2003.


Maternity doesn’t bring Get Out of Jail Free card
Tacoma NewsTribune, 3/9/2008
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Woman found guilty of arson in 2001 University of Washington fire
Seattle Times, 3/6/3008
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Trial in UW fire goes to jury
Seattle Times, 2/29/2008
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UW arson suspect takes stand to deny role in 2001 incident
Seattle Times, 2/28/2008
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Suspect denies taking part in UW arson, asserts opposition
Seattle PI, 2/28/2008
UW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture


Warming climate may cause Arctic tundra to burn
Science Daily, 3/8/2008
Phil Higuera, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2006; Linda Brubaker, Professor Emeritus


The price of free water is a sensible way of managing rain
Seattle PI, 3/4/2008
Anne Steinemann, Adjunct Professor and Director, The Water Center


Snohomish County's freshwater mussel die-off worries stream advocates
Snohomish County Herald, 2/28/2008
Arden Thomas, graduate student, forest ecology


Busting garden myths
Tacoma News Tribune, 2/23/2008
Linda Chalker-Scott, Affiliate Associate Professor


Trees boost spending , researcher says
Savannah Morning News, 2/16/2008
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A New Take on Transportation and Trees
Georgia's Cities, March 2008
Kathleen Wolf, Research Scientist


Logging proposal gets cool reception
Seattle Times, 2/8/2008
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U.S. agency plan would allow more logging in national forests
Seattle P-I, 2/7/2008
Joel Holtrop, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1982


Campus trees: Extraordinary, exemplary or merely significant?
University Week, 2/7/2008
Deborah Brown, alumna, MFR, College of Forest Resources, 2007


Phytoremediation of volatile pollutants through genetic engineering
Information Systems for BioTecnology News Report, January 28
Sharon Doty, Assistant Professor, bioresource science; and Stuart Strand, Professor, phytoremediation


Social Benefits of Civic Nature (jump to p. 7)
Master Gardener, Winter 2008
Kathleen Wolf, Research Scientist


Weasel-like fisher back in state after many decades
Seattle Times, 1/28/2007
Jeffrey Lewis, graduate student, wildlife science


Graduate students and American Indian tribes work for biofuel solutions
UW Daily, 3.14.2008
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Graduate students and Native American tribes will tap forests, farms for biofuels
UW News.org, 1/28/2008
Bioenergy IGERT Graduate Program


Big bales of Northwest ingenuity
Seattle Times, 1/21/2008
Jim Dooley, alumnus, PhD, 2000, College of Forest Resources


Natural Resources to maintain increased timber harvest levels, foresters told
Peninsula Daily News, 1/18/2008
Bruce Lippke, Professor, forest economics


Forest Management: Mudslide stumper
Seattle P-I, 1/13/2008
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Campus birds go after those who mess with them
UW Daily, 1/11/2008
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


F**king the ficus in Santa Monica
LA Weekly, 1/10/2008
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Arboretum loses a champion tree
University Week, 1/10/2008
David Zuckerman, Horticulture Staff Supervisor, UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum


Phytoremediation research: Plants clean up toxic waste from the environment
KBCS-FM interview, 1/10/2008, mp3 download
Sharon Doty, Assistant Professor, phytoremediation


Judge rejects claims of misconduct in UW firebomb case
Seattle P-I, 1/8/2008
UW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture


Save Northwest forests for conifers, not condos
Seattle Times, 1/7/2008
Brian Boyle, Director College of Forest Resources Northwest Environmental Forum


Environmentalists push $1 million program to save urban trees
Seattle P-I, 1/7/2008
Stacey (Harris) Ray, alumna, BS, College of Forest Resources, 2003; College of Forest Resources/UW Botanic Gardens researchis cited


Wood-products slump may drag through 2008
Puget Sound Business Journal, 12/28/2007
Brian Boyle, Director College of Forest Resources Northwest Environmental Forum; John Perez-Garcia, Professor, forest economics


Scrap wood studied for methanol fuel
Puget Sound Business Journal, 12/28/2007
Kristiina Vogt, Professor, forest systems and bioenergy


Threatened Icons: Forests across Western U.S. face increasing insect, fire risks
Skagit Valley Herald, 12/26/2007
Dave Peterson, Professor, forest ecology, and USDA Forest Service Research Forester


As cars hit more animals on roads, toll rises
New York Times, 12/22/2007
Chris Servheen, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1975


Step Away From the Clippers: New laws to protect trees complicate homeowners' lives
Wall Street Journal, 12/21/2007
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Feds release plan for one of state's rarest flowers
Wenatchee World, 12/19/2007
Rare Plant Care and Conservation Program, UW Botanic Gardens


A new study spotlights the plight of the polar bear
Smithsonian Magazine, November 2007
-and-
Polar Bears International video, August 2007
Steven Amstrup, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1972


Nine scientists tabbed in Puget Sound cleanup effort
Puget Sound Business Journal, 11/30/07
Timothy Quinn, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1992


Timber industry: Cutting down trees helps environment
NPR, 11/27/2007
Bruce Lippke, Professor, forest economics


Trees giving bizarre clues to climate change
Seattle Times, 11/27/2007
- and-
Bumper cone crop
Nature, 12/19/2007
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility; Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology; Ken Bible and Matt Schroeder, research scientists


Scientists implant trees with rabbit genes
Fox News video, 11/26/2007
Stuart Strand, Professor, bioremediation
[corrections to news report: process is called "phytoremediation"; research described does not make the poplar trees grow faster but increases their ability to absorb toxic chemicals]


"Goodness of the Lord" comes alive in stroll through arboretum
Seattle Times, 11/24/2007
Washington Park Arboretum


Stalking the placid apple’s untamed kin
New York Times, 11/21/2007
David Mabberley, Professor, and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


Rain forest rhapsody
Seattle PI, 11/15/2007
Robert Van Pelt, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


100 years and counting: Forest Resources celebrates centennial with research showcase, gala
University Week, 11/8/2007
-and-
Anniversaries in the forest
Seattle Times editorial, 11/2/2007
College of Forest Resources; Bruce Bare, Dean and Professor


A town meeting over wild coyotes
Kitsap Sun, 10/27/2007
Stan Rullman, graduate student, urban ecology


New battle of logging vs. spotted owls looms in West
New York Times, 10/18/2007
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


UW-initiated biosolids project wins national clean water award
University Week, 10/18/2007
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


Poplar Eats Pollution
KUOW Radio, 11/2/2007
-and-
Scientists ramp up ability of poplar plants to disarm toxic pollutants
University Week, 10/18/2007
-and-
Mutants or saviors? Rabbit genes create trees that eat poisons
Seattle P-I, 10/16/2007
-and-
Genetically modified plants vacuum up toxins
Reuters, 10/15/2007
Genetically Engineered Plants Could Clean Humanity's Messes
Live Science 10/15/2007
-and-
Plant genes modified to fight pollution
MSNBC, 10/15/2007
Sharon Doty, Assistant Professor, phytoremediation; Stuart Strand, Professor, bioremediation


Bay Watch
Seattle Times, 10/14/2007
UW Botanic Gardens; Union Bay Natural Area


Conifers or condos? NW Environmental Forum develops strategies
University Week, 10/11/2007
Northwest Environmental Forum (NWEF); Brian Boyle, NWEF leader


New garden makes Pacific Connections
University Week, 10/11/2007
Washington Park Arboretum; David Mabberley, Director; Fred Hoyt/David Zuckerman staff, UW Botanic Gardens
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Sprucing up a place for plants
Seattle Times, 10/10/07
Washington Park Arboretum; David Mabberley, Director, and Fred Hoyt, UW Botanic Gardens


Activists support legislation to ban illegally logged timber
The Columbian, 10/10/07
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Chinook returning to Cedar River big-time
Seattle P-I, 10/5/2007
Peter Kiffney, Affiliate Associate Professor


Hinckley is first to hold David R.M. Scott Endowed Professorship
University Week, 10/4/2007
Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology


Citrus fell far from the mother tree
The Sydney Morning Herald, 10/3/2007
-and-
Genes reveal citrus's Aussie roots
Science Alert, 10/4/2007
David Mabberley, Professor, and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


WA gov picks conservation chief
Seattle P-I, 10/3/2007
Kaleen Cottingham, alumna, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1978


UW envisions a new Environmental College
Seattle P-I, September 30, 2007
Bruce Bare, Professor and Dean


It's time to stash the Crocs for the Kamiks
Seattle Times, 9/28/2007
Elisabeth C. Miller Library


Clos LaChance Winery raises $20,000 to save Juan Fernandez Firecrown hummingbird from extinction
Avenue Wine , 9/25/2007
Erin Hagen, PhD student, wildlife science


Tribe fights to save wetland
Puyallup Tribal News, 9/20/2007
Kenneth Raedeke, Affiliate Professor


The more you know about bugs, the less they will bug you
Seattle Times, 9/20/2007
UWBG Center for Urban Horticulture; Sharon Collman, alumna, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1972


Everett's green building law means using local timber
Everett Herald, 9/16/2007
Research by UW-CFR and CORRIM on wood as sustainable building material


Fall Arts: Five Questions for Janet Wainwright
Seattle P-I, 9/11/07
Janet Wainwright, alumna, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1975


Wandering grizzly encourages bear advocates
Bozeman Daily Chronicle, 9/13/2007
-and-
Whitebarks and grizzlies
Casper Star Tribune, 8/1/07
Chris Servheen, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1975


State's carnivore specialist helped people, cougars coexist
Seattle Times, 9/10/07
Brian Kertson, graduate student, wildlife science


Pacific NW Technology Tour: Curtailing clamming calamities
Archived webcast, 7/1/2007
Miranda Wecker, Olympic Natural Resources Center Marine Program Manager


Team picked to resolve quandary over 520 bridge
Seattle P-I, 8/24/2007
Washington Park Arboretum


So Many People, So Few Trees
Washington Post, 9/13/2007
-and-
What a tree is really worth
The Chicago Tribune, 8/30/2007
-and-
Selling houses by the yard
Wall Street Journal Online, 8/17/2007
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Scientists In trees
ScienCentral News, 8/2/2007
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility; Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology; Ken Bible and Matt Schroeder, research scientists


Small pet owners, beware: Coyotes take to city life
Seattle P-I, 7/23/2007
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science
-and-
Coyotes chow down in town
Seattle Times, 7/4/2007
Timothy Quinn, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1992


Team begins grouse study
Jackson Hole Star Tribune, 6/24/2007
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Thinning falls short against fire
Seattle Times, 6/27/2007
Malcolm North, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1993


Sustainable and responsible stewardship of state forestlands
Seattle Times, 6/27/07
Future of Washington Forests Study


West Nile virus could hit area hard this summer
Seattle Times, 6/22/07
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


City tree protection not making the cut
Seattle P-I, 6/18/2007
Mark Mead, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1987


Rain can't dampen pride, joy at UW graduation
Seattle P-I, 6/9/2007
Mercedes Mijares, alumna, BS, College of Forest Resources, 2007


Martha Stewart takes home a bit of the Seattle area
Seattle P-I, 6/8/2007
UW Botanic Gardens


Take a walk on the wild side of Seattle
Seattle P-I, 6/2/2007
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Big changes coming to Arboretum's south end
Seattle P-I, 5/30/07
David Mabberley, Professor/Director of UW Botanic Gardens (UWBG; Elizabeth Loudon, Outreach Director, UWBG
and
Arboretum: For trees' sake
Seattle P-I, 6/3/2007
Washignton Park Arboretum


Controlled forest burns aim to cut wildfire risk
Seattle P-I, 5/23/07
Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, restoration ecology


Lasting lessons in design from an ever-evolving courtyard
Seattle Times, 5/12/07
UW Botanic Gardens' McVay Courtyard; Annemarie Bilotta, Gardener


The future of forests
UW Daily, video interview with Dean Bruce Bare, 5/8/07


UW Recycling: Now you can recycle used electronic media, too
University Week, 5/3/07
Clara Burnett, Administrative Specialist


Seattle climber dies on Alaskan peak
Seattle P-I, 4/27/07
Lara-Karena Kellogg, Research Scientist and alumna, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1994


Real and important work: Keystone projects connect UW grad students to pressing regional environmental issues
University Week, 4/19/07
Clare Ryan, Associate Professor, Environmental Policy


Project looks at trees for biofuel
Seattle P-I, 4/13/07
Rick Gustafson, Professor, paper science and engineering, Denman Endowed Chair in Bioresource Science and Engineering


Study: Reforestation rich after fires
International Business Times, 4/3/07
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Rediscovering American treasure: majestic trees up close
Martha Stewart Living, April 2007
Robert Van Pelt, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


State might need new nickname
Tacoma News Tribune, 4/1/07
NW Environmental Forum


Students and farmers become citizen scientists
ArcUser Online, January-March, 2007
Karen Dvornich, Washington NatureMapping Program


Volunteers returning bluebirds to old nesting grounds
Seattle Times, 3/14/07
Mason McKinley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 2002


DNR seeks green star for logging
Seattle P-I, 3/7/07
Bruce Bare, Dean, College of Forest Resources


UW boosts donations from alumni and works harder to strengthen ties
Puget Sound Business Journal, 2/23/07
Denman Endowed Chair in Bioresouce Science and Engineering


UW College of Forest Resources kicks off centennial with Gov. Gregoire
CFR Centennial Legislative Reception, University Week, 2/15/07


This week in the garden
The Patriot-News, Harrisburg, PA, 2/15/07
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor


Green pavers path begins on Whidbey Island
Seattle Times, 2/21/07
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor and Head of Conservation at UW Botanic Gardens


Preserving our bio-identity
Seattle Times (Pacific Northwest Magazine), 2/18/07
Wendy Des Camp, graduate student; Sarah Reichard, Head of Conservation; Riz Reyes, recent graduate - Otis Douglas Hyde Herbarium, UW Botanic Gardens


Arboretum fans like new 520 bridge plan
David Mabberley, Professor and Director of UW Botanic Gardens; Iain Robertson, Adjuct Associate Professor


Spreading the green
and
Forestry foundation extends olive branch to Roseville businesses
and
Group urges local tree preservation
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


A soothing and affirming chronicle of life amid nature
and
Local author views nature with an eye for beauty, ear for poetry
Robert Michael Pyle, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1973


UW professor knows his crows
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Bush's commitment to combating climate change is questioned
Rick Gustafson, Professor, paper science and engineering


Lumber mill legacy
Sandy Wyllie-Echeverria, Research Scientist


Wounded giant: There is little to offer the Seaside Spruce
Robert Van Pelt, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


State forests threatened, UW think tank says
Northwest Environmental Forum (NWEF); Bruce Bare, Dean and Professor; Brian Boyle, NWEF leader


Can I-933 foes, backers reach a compromise?
Michelle Connor, alumna, MS, College of Forest Resources


Cultivating the waterfront
Iain Robertson, Adjuct Associate Professor


NW Montana grizzly count nearing 550
Chris Servheen, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1975


Converting biomass to fuel
Renata Bura, Assistant Professor; Rick Gustafson, Professor; Monika Moskal, Assistant Professor; Dorothy Paun, Professor


New online museum makes Olympic Peninsula history more accessible
Olympic Natural Resources Center


Sound's health hangs in the balance
Roger Hoesterey, alumnus, BS College of Forest Resources, 1980


Good holly, bad holly
David Zuckerman, Grounds Supervisor, UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum


Book previews of Northwest note
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


From woody material to fuel: $1.5 million Denman chair leads way to innovation
Rick Gustafson, Professor, paper science and engineering


Studies find danger to forests in thinning without burning
Crystal Raymond, PhD student in forest ecology, College of Forest Resources


Scientists fear for the health of Puget Sound
Susan Bolton, Professor, forest resources


Apples through the ages
David Mabberley, Professor and Director of UW Botanic Gardens


Reshape development around surprise pines
Kenelm Russell, Affiliate Associate Professor, forest resources


A sea change in Forestry as seven faculty retire, nine new ones arrive
College of Forest resources new faculty orientation tour


Native Plant Society Focusing on sustainable forestry
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest


A green alternative for Highway 520
and
Fantasy Island
and
Dispute over 520 design: neighborhood vs. nature?
and
Tranquil Arboretum caught in 520 storm
and
Bridge plan not good for Arboretum
David Mabberley, Professor and UWBG Director; Washington Park Arboretum; Arboretum and Botanical Garden Committee


So pretty, so scary
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


The post-burning question: Log it or leave it?
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Framing: The debate
CORRIM (Consortium for Research on Renewable Industrial Materials)


Researchers, practitioners of urban ecology to share insights
Urban Ecology Program; John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Activists' passion turns to violence
and
2 plead guilty in ecoterror arson at UW
and
Earth Liberation Front members plead guilty in 2001 firebombing
and
Indictment lists arson at UW, attacks on cropland
and
3 accused in 2001 UW arson
UW Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture


NW scientists confer on weed invaders
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


Forest was easy prey for raging Tripod fire
Jeremy Littell, CFR doctoral student in forest ecology


Maligned raven lives up to reputation
John Withey, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2006


Six books to receive State Book Awards
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Is Seattle losing trees to concrete and views?
Gordon Bradley, Professor, land use planning


Restoring a river and its salmon habitat
Jeanette Dorner, alumna, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1999


Tree-Planting Drive Seeks To Bring a New Urban Cool
Do we need trees lining our streets?
Made in the shade: An appropriate tree canopy can make money for businesses and communities
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


An urban forest plan to keep Emerald City green
Jeff Bash, alumnus,M.S. College of Forest Resources


PCC (Portland Community College) ready to roll with C-RISE
Noelle Studer, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS, 2003
University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Merril Hall


St. Edward Playground
Colleen Ponto, alumna, B.S. College of Forest Resources, 1981


College campuses are going green: Sustainability seen as key for next generation
and
Colleges make extra effort to keep state ever-green
Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology ; Tyler Dierks, alumnus, B.S. College of Forest Resources, 2002.


Why is Sisters burning?: Bugs, global warming and plain bad luck are among the likely culprits fueling fires, experts
-and-
West can't beat heat of global warming
Jim Agee, Professor, fire ecology


Seattle hopes park users will see the beauty of recycling
Janet Wainwright, alumna, B.S., College of Forest Resources, 1975


Scat-tracking dogs sniff out new home: Research dogs head to Pack Forest
and
Poop-savvy pups help science unravel the secrets of scat
and
Hound has a nose for south end of a northbound whale
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest


In a Bid for Higher Ground, a Tribe Raises the Stakes
John Calhoun, Director, Olympic Natural Resources Center


Eureka! New tallest living thing discovered
Washington, Oregon both boast they have the largest Sitka spruce
Robert Van Pelt, Affiliate Assistant Professor and alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


Planning for stewardship an important part of successful ecological restoration
Restoration Ecology Network; Kern Ewing, Professor, restoration ecology; and Warren Gold, Adjunct Associate Professor


It's a different world when you see Seattle with a paddle
Kara Whittaker, PhD candidate, Urban Ecology, College of Forest Resources


No easy solutions to die-off at Hood Canal
Jeff Richey, Professor, Oceanography and Forest Resources


Livable, lovable parks for all
Roger Hoesterey, alumnus, BS College of Forest Resources, 1980; Robert Michael Pyle, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1973


Seeing the Forest and the Trees
Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology


World-famous Heronswood Nursery closes
and
Paradise lost: Heronswood uprooted
Dan Hinkley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1985; Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


Where wildlife and urban life meet
Wildlife science faculty; Denman Forestry Issues Series


Wandering bear won't be the last to visit the big city: much to learn in fatal encounter, wildlife experts say
John Marzluff, Professor of wildlife science


Forestry bill divides lawmakers
Jerry Franklin, Professor of forest ecology


Holly's folly: New Arboretum design isolates invasive species while giving others room to grow
David Mabberley, Professor and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


Professor finds that crows ace his test
and
Killing not effective solution to problem of crows
John Marzluff, Professor of wildlife science


Bucktoothed rodent joins region's invasive species
and
Nutrias nibbling? Nope, it's those biting beavers
UWBG Union Bay Natural Area; Filip Tkaczyk and Phu Van, College of Forest Resources undergraduate students


Apple co-founder speaks to UW students
Graham Allan, Professor, paper science and engineering


Trial By Fire: A radical few are testing the rules of environmental engagement
UWBG Center for Urban Horticulture; Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology


A sustainable idea: Forest resources team promotes composting in home college and beyond
Ara Erickson and Matt McLaughlin, RTI staff


Leaders choose profits over parks
and
Nothing 'out of date' about UW's commitment (5th letter in Letters to the Editor)
Gordon Bradley, Professor of Land Use Planning


Loss of Tree Canopy Could Be Hazardous to Your Health
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Mother, 30, charged in 2001
and
Former tree-sitting protester charged in 2001 arson
University of Washington Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture


Wind River Canopy Crane electronic field trip
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility; Ken Bible, Research Scientist


How a Graduate student kindled a firestorm in forestry research
and
In fire's wake, logging study inflames debate
and
Baird provokes logging opponents
Dan Donato, Alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1998; Jerry Franklin, Professor, Forest Resources


Forest Service eager to learn more about elusive wolverine
and
State researchers to track elusive wolverine's secrets
Keith Aubry, Affiliate Associate Professor


Mayhem among the madrones
Marianne Elliott, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2005


Good month for frogs
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Let's play "name that plant"
UW Botanic Gardens


Logging study sets off own firestorm
and
OSU dean says he's sorry, seeks to mend rift over forest research
and
BLM suspends funding for logging study
Dan Donato, Alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1998; Jim Agee, Professor, Fire Ecology; Tom Hinckley, Professor, Forest Resources


Prosecutors portray close-knit arson team
and
When greenies go nuts: tales of the eco-11 terrorists
University of Washingotn Botanic Gardens, Center for Urban Horticulture


Wildfire-ravaged forests hurt by post-blaze logging, study says
and
Study lends support to opponents of logging
Dan Donato, Alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1998


EPA proposes to tighten rules on use of sewage 'bypass'
Sue Joerger, Alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1979


Here's some help for finding plants
Elisabeth C. Miller Library


Warning: Temperatures show steady upward trend
and
Western forests spread and burn
Dave Peterson, Professor of Forest Ecology and USFS Research Forester


A bright future for reclaimed water
Denman Forestry Issues Series


To free urban forests from invaders, some weigh ban on noxious plants
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


Lost & found forest
C. L. Pack Experimental Forest; Duane Emmons, Continuing Education Coordinator***


NW Gardens: Pick up a seed and plant a tree
Barbara Selemon, Plant Technician, UW Botanic Gardens


City forests in peril: Invasive plants are killing native trees
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Freaky freeloaders: Leeches, tapeworms and lice are some of the parasites who live off us
Eric Hoberg, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1984.


Inmates cultivate moss — and new interests in life
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, Ph.D., College of Forest Resources, 1983


Climate change hits home
Jeremy Littell, CFR doctoral student in forest ecology


Conservation at the UW: Colloquium, possible graduate program bring many fields together
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility


Crows and ravens: Fear and fascination, evermore
J ohn Marzluff, Professor, Wildlife Science


Activists say company lied about old-growth sales
Bob Edmonds, Professor, forest soil microbiology, and Associate Dean


City gets creative with storm water
Sue Joerger, Alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1979; Richard Horner, Adjunct Research Associate Professor


Puget Soundkeeper Alliance on the lookout for water polluters
Sue Joerger, Alumna, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1979.


Knowing UW by heart
UW Botanic Gardens

Flora Non Grata
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


Goose Heaven: How their eden became our hell
Dave Manuwal, Professor, wildlife science


Gardens get new 'umbrella name'
UW Botanic Gardens


Forest Service Scientists, High in the Trees
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility


Keeping alert to the threats of environmental changes
Center for Urban Horticulture; forest pathology and entomology research; Jerry Franklin, Professor of forest ecology


Low-tech pro in high-tech building
William Hagenstein, alumnus,BS, College of Forest Resources, 1938


$250,000 prize goes to UW professor
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane


An eco-mission in pristine Panama
Mark Wishnie,alumnus, BS College of Forest Resources, 1993



Planners make blueprint for green space
Roger Hoesterey, alumnus, BS College of Forest Resources, 1980

Study sees possibility of severe droughts: Analysis of tree rings, showing multiyear dry periods in the
Northwest, is coupled with a warning of repeat cycles
and
Northwest droughts thought to be commonplace
Dave Peterson, Professor of Forest Ecology and USFS Research Forester


Gardeners dig new UW botany prof: British expert Mabberley will oversee
Center for Urban Horticulture and Arboretum

David Mabberley, Professor and Director, Center for Urban Horticulture and
Washington Park Arboretum; Dan Hinkley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1985


Gel-Gravel-Soil Mix Gives City Trees Room to Grow
Kathy Wolf, Research Assistant Professor, environmental horticulture and urban forestry


Hike of the week: Hugo Peak
C.L. Pack Experimental Forest


Suits Target Sierra Logging Plan
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane


A River Reigns through it: in a unique living lab the web of life is revealed
Robert Naiman, Joint Professor in Fishery/Aquatic Sciences and Forest Resources;
Robert Van Pelt, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995


Urban horticulture to dedicate new building
Center for Urban Horticulture


From Ashes, Green: A horticulture center is reborn, and the city is served
Center for Urban Horticulture


Teach children to think creatively (Letter to the Editor)
Graham Allan, Professor, Paper Science and Engineering


Fatal year for grizzlies: 31 killed by humans
Chris Servheen, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1975



Over the Top: The World's Largest Forest Research Crane Is Helping UW Students Unlock
Secrets of Old Growth Including Possible Relief From Global Warming

Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility

Letters to the Editor, "Leading the Pack"
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest


Pretty invader almost impossible to kill
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, conservation biology and Peter Dunwiddie, Affiliate Professor


Salvage Logging a Key Issue in Oregon; Bush Plan to Aid Forests After Wildfires Draws Criticism
Jerry Franklin, Professor of Forest Ecology


Wood a Key Component of Environmentally Friendly Homes
Bruce Lippke, Professor of Forest Economics


Report details global warming's role in wildfire risk
Donald McKenzie, Affiliate Assistant Professor and USFS Pacific Wildland Fire Science Lab researcher


Process Converts Small Trees into Wood Alcohol
Kristiina Vogt, Professor, and Michael Andreu, graduate student in silviculture


Madrona: Forgotten native of the Northwest a sight to behold
Marianne Elliott, PhD candidate in forest pathology


Three UW campuses win award for work in landscape restoration
Kern Ewing, Professor, Plant Ecology and Warren Gold, Adjunct Associate Professor


Logs form fish habitat:Crews put woody debris in Nisqually tributary for salmon
Charles Lathrop Pack Experimental Forest and C&C Construction
(Gene Chase, alumnus, BS, 1967, College of Forest Resources)


Horticulture center names new director
David Mabberley, who will be joining the University of Washington as Professor of Economic Botany
in the College of Forest Resources and Director of the Center for Urban Horticulture and Washington Park Arboretum


Increase in timber harvests approved
Bruce Bare, Dean, College of Forest Resources


State logging plan worries some who say it allows too much clearcutting
Bruce Bare, Dean, College of Forest Resources


We've forgotten how to love our national parks
Grant Sharpe, Professor Emeritus


It takes a tree-hugger to raze a forest
Bruce Lippke, Professor and Director of Rural Technology Initiative


Campus trees get Dutch Elm inoculation: New system to help grounds maintenance staffers monitor trees health
Michael Andreu, Ph.D. candidate in silviculture


Northern spotted owl faces nonlogging threats
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane


City, conservation groups are battling invasive plants
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, Conservation Biology


Race is on for West Nile data
John Marzluff, Professor, Wildlife Science; Dave Oleyar and Jack DeLap, doctoral candidates, CFR wildlife science program



Major revisions to 14-year-old wetland rules sought
Klaus Richter, alumnus, Ph.D., College of Forest Resources, 1976; Ken Raedeke, Professor, Wildlife Science; Derek Booth, Adjunct Research Associate Professor


Study: Zoning to protect forests, rural land may do reverse
Lin Robinson, doctoral student, social science program, and Professor John Marzluff, wildlife science


Grizzly bear may be taken off the endangered list
Chris Servheen, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1975


The secret garden
Jeanie Taylor, CFR graduate student, Environmental Horticulture and Urban Forestry,
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, Conservation Biology


Fertile ground for a young plantsman's dreams: Student's love of horticulture is flourishing in the U.S.
Riz Reyes, undergraduate student, Environmental Horticulture and Urban Forestry;
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, Conservation Biology


State to boost logging on its trust lands
Bruce Bare, Dean and Rachel A Woods Professor; Andrew Carey, Affiliate Profesor


Pushing flora into extinction
and
Ivy, blackberries taking over city, levy backers say
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, conservation biology


True Confessions: rumunations of a world-wise plantsman
Dan Hinkley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1985


Review of spotted owl begins: It will focus on how its cousin has taken over
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane


Bushwhacking with a Big-Tree Hunter: A Walk on the Wild Side with Bob Van Pelt
Robert Van Pelt, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, PhD 1995


Our Warming World: Effects of climate change bode ill for Northwest
*Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane


The Geography of Health
Kathy Wolf, Research Assistant Professor, urban forest environment and behavior


Loggers lured by outdoor work, but job opportunities have fallen
Bruce Lippke, Professor and Director of Rural Technology Initiative
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=logger02&date=20031102&query=logger


Forest official spins Bush policy
Seattle P-I, October 30, 2003
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/146021_forest30.html

Clear 'fuel' from old growth, Bush forest aide tells UW
Tacoma News-Tribune, Oct. 16, 2003
http://www.tribnet.com/news/local/story/4160293p-4174343c.html

Issues evolving in forest debate: Federal official, UW professor sound off
Seattle Times, Oct. 14 2003
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/2001765377_markrey14m.html

Debate over forests is a difference in priorities
Seattle P-I, Oct. 14, 2003
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/143796_rey14.html


New Technology Helps Fire Managers Anticipate Smoke Problems
Sue Ferguson, Affiliate Associate Professr
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2003/09/030918093632.htm


RTI scientists report on the consequences of not thinning fire prone western forests
http://www.sciencedaily.com/releases/2003/09/030929055122.htm



Merrill Hall to rise from the ashes http://admin.urel.washington.edu/uweek/archives/issue/uweek_story_small.asp?id=1339

He Can Crow About Turning His Enemies into Special Feathered Friends
John Marzluff, Professor, Wildlife Science
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=crowman28&date=20030828&query=marzluff
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and

Social scene for crows is kind of like an outdoors singles bar
http://www.theolympian.com/home/specialsections/QuietWaters/20030207/23633.shtml

and

Killer Mosquitoes: West Nile Virus has arrived in the Northwest.
http://www.seattleweekly.com/features/0323/news-westnile.php


Shaggy eucalyptus: It's not just for Californians
Stan Gessel, late Professor Emeritus, forest soils; Randall Hitchin, Washington Park Arboretum collections manager
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/nwgardens/136860_wingate28.html


Students work to restore damaged landscapes
Kern Ewing, Associate Professor, wetland and restoration ecology, and Warren Gold, associate professor interdisciplinary arts and science
http://admin.urel.washington.edu/uweek/archives/issue/uweek_story_small.asp?id=1256


Lead soil solution
Sally Brown, Research Assistant Professor, soil science
http://www.sciencentral.com/articles/view.php3?language=english&type=article&article_id=218391981


Big timber: The world of Weyerhaeuser
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=weyerhaeuser01m&date=20030601&query=Weyerhaeuser


Busy year for plucking tent caterpillars
Arthur Antonelli, Affiliate Professor
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=gardentents21&date=20030521&query=Antonelli


Huge madrona perfumes centuries of springtimes
Linda Chalker Scott, Affiliate Professor
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=madrona19m&date=20030519&query=madrona


Natural Wonders: Sage takes heat in home on range
Peter Dunwiddie, Affiliate Professor
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=sage05m&date=20030505&query=sagebrush


Ecologists' new lab: the asphalt jungle
John Marzluff, Associate Professor, wildlife science
http://www.csmonitor.com/2003/0506/p14s01-lehl.html


City Improvement: Planting Trees
Kathy Wolf, Research Assistant Professor, urban forest environment and behavior
http://www.csmonitor.com/2003/0416/p13s02-lihc.html


Faces of the millenium: Gates scholars share their hopes and stories
Morris Johnson Jr. Doctoral Candidate, silviculture and forest protection
http://www.washington.edu/alumni/columns/march03/millennium02.html


New seed vault protects at-risk plants
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, conservation biology; Laura Zybas, program support for Rare Plant Care and Conservation program
http://admin.urel.washington.edu/uweek/archives/issue/uweek_story_small.asp?id=1013


UW forestry program in flux
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/112734_horticulture15.shtml


A call to clean up polluted runoff: Problems of coho in urban streams addressed
Rich Horner, Research Associate Professor, landscape architecture and Adjunct Research Associate Professor, forest resources; civil and environmental engineering
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/107671_coho07.shtml


Get the lead out: Technique dampens effect of dangerous absorption
Sally Brown, Research Assistant Professor, soils science
http://admin.urel.washington.edu/uweek/archives/issue/uweek_story_small.asp?id=899


Venerable, versatile cedar
Robert Van Pelt, Alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1995.
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134596671_cedar16m.html


New heights in old growth
Jerry Franklin, Professor and Director, Wind River Canopy Crane
Dave Shaw, Research Manager, Wind River Canopy Crane
Mark Creighton, Crane Operator, Wind River Canopy Crane
http://www.tribnet.com/test/bhunter/story/2425402p-2474578c.html


Take a peek behind scenes of Northwest gardening show
Volunteers and staff from the Center for Urban Horticulture
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=homegard05&date=20030105&query=%22University+of+Washington%22



Thinking bird lives up to trickster lore
John Marzluff, Associate Professor, wildlife science
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134610109_raven06m.html

College is at forefront of sustainability debate
Bruce Bare, Dean and Rachel Woods Professor, forest management and quantitative anlaysis:
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/editorialsopinion/134604018_satlets28.html


When it rains, it pours pollutants into the waters
Derek Booth, Research Associate Professor, Civil Engineering; Adjunct
Research Associate Professor, College of Forest Resources; and co-Director, Center for Water and Watershed Studies
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/local/95883_sound20.shtml


SoHo to soil: Brown has come a long way
Sally Brown, Research Assistant Professor, forest soils
http://admin.urel.washington.edu/uweek/archives/issue/uweek_story_small.asp?id=781


A Cuppa Made of Compost: Why Gardeners Are Filling Socks With Seaweed and Earthworm Waste
Linda Chalker Scott, Affiliate Professor
http://www.washingtonpost.com/wp-dyn/articles/A12621-2002Nov19.html


Ecosystem comes first
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology
http://www.tribnet.com/news/story/2151669p-2237637c.html



Kudzu to You: The invasive vine has landed in Washington
Dan Hinkley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1985
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, conservation biology
http://www.seattleweekly.com/features/0244/news-scigliano.shtml

November is a magical time to wander these enchanted forests
Tom Hinckley, Professor, plant physiology, and Director of Center for Urban Horticulture
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/getaways/95425_rainforest14.shtml


Shadow creatures: Urban wildlife is teaching us something about what we've lost
John Marzluff, Associate Professor, wildlife biology
Timothy Quinn, alumnus, Ph.D., College of Forest Resources, 1992
The Urban Ecology Program
http://www.hcn.org/servlets/hcn.Article?article_id=13461


Why Leaves Turn Red, and Turn Heads, in the Pacific Northwest
http://www.tidepool.org/features/leaves.cfm
and
Seeing Red: The golds and oranges are nice, but that blazing red has scientists pushing up their leaves and fighting
http://www.thesunlink.com/news/2002/october/1030seeingred.html
Linda Chalker-Scott, Affiliiate Professor


Hardy bigleaf maple is a tree for open spaces
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, Ph.D., College of Forest Resources, 1983
Linda Chalker-Scott, Affiliate Professor
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, conservation biology
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134559188_maple21m.html


Monarch of high country: sure-footed mountain goat
Ken Raedeke, Research Associate Professor, wildlife science:
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134532020_goat09m.html


Stehekin project takes the forests back 100 years: Burning, logging may tame fire
Jim Agee, Professor, fire ecology
http://seattletimes.nwsource.com/html/localnews/134551304_stehekin09m.html


Black velvet bliss — and major thorn: blackberry a double-edged fruit

Tom Hinckley, Professor and Director of Center for Urban Horticulture, plant physiology
Sarah Reichard, Assistant Professor, urban conservation biology:
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=blackberries26m&date=20020826&query=blackberries


A missed opportunity
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=confire30&date=20020830&query=Bush+timber

and

Don't ignore laws, public in fire policy
http://seattlepi.nwsource.com/opinion/88397_forested.shtml

Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Oak disease could hit coast's redwoods, firs
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=redwoods05&date=20020905&query=oak
and

Fall sees gourmets foraging in the forest
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=chanterelle23m&date=20020923&query=chanterelle

Bob Edmonds, Professor, forest soil microbiology


Experiment in harvesting seeks clear-cut answer to logging eyesores

Gordon Bradley, Professor, forest land use planning
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=clearcut08m0&date=20020408&query=+Gordon+Bradley


Autumn Gold

Robert Van Pelt, Alumnus, College of Forest Resources PhD 1995.
http://www.tribnet.com/entertainment/story/1884211p-1998400c.html


Seeds of Success: From Kingston to Nepal, a plant explorer's journey to fame

Dan Hinkley, alumnus, M.S., College of Forest Resources, 1985
http://archives.seattletimes.nwsource.com/cgi-bin/texis.cgi/web/vortex/display?slug=phinkley29&date=20020929&query=Daniel+Hinkley