Effective Use of Mass Media for Natural Resources Topics Brown Bag. Appropriate coverage of the important research, teaching, and outreach in CFR will help build support for the College’s programs. A brown bag on the effective use of mass media for natural resource topics was held in CFR’s Anderson Hall on January 31, 2002. A panel of communications specialists, publicists, and journalists, including Sandra Hines, University of Washington News and Information Office; George Erb, staff writer, Puget Sound Business Journal; and Steve Krueger, Environmental Reporter, KPLU Public Radio, presented their perspectives on fast, effective communications on natural resources topics. Ivan Martinez, Seattle Times on-line services representative, was a special guest.
Coastal Landscape Analysis and Modeling Study Brown Bag. A brown bag on “Coastal Landscape Analysis and Modeling” was held on February 13, 2002 in Anderson Hall. Tom Spies, Research Ecologist at the PNW Research Station in Corvallis, OR, gave an overview of the research at CLAMS, the Coastal Landscape Analysis and Modeling Study. CLAMS is a multi-disciplinary research effort sponsored cooperatively through OSU’s College of Forestry, the U.S. Forest Service’s Pacific Northwest Research Station, and the Oregon Department of Forestry. The goal of CLAMS is to develop and evaluate concepts and tools to understand pattern and dynamics of provincial ecosystems such as the Oregon Coast Range and to analyze the aggregate ecological and socio-economic consequences of different forest policies and strategies across multiple ownerships of the province.
|Pack Logging, 1927. Little logs then, too!|
|Pack Reservoir, 1927. OSHA compliance?
Pack Photos contributed by George Shore, '58
Garb Day 2002
Mark your calendars!
All alumni, faculty/staff, and students are invited
Dave Bok, email@example.com or
Michelle Trudeau, (206) 616-1533
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