OSU Scientists

Julia Jones Oral History Interview

Julia Jones

Forest science and forestry education at Oregon State University date back to 1896, when the first forestry class was taught at what was then known as Oregon Agricultural College. Today, OSU is home to one of the world's leading forestry programs, housed in a College of Forestry that manages more than 15,000 acres of research forestland. Included below are interviews on the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest that were conducted with a number of OSU Forestry professors and research scientists in the mid- to late-1990s.