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In this lengthy interview, Eric Forsman describes his career-long trajectory studying owls and other wildlife that strongly influenced federal forest policy and management. He outlines his growing up years with brothers exploring forests and…

In this clear and thoughtful discourse, retired Forest Service scientist and pioneer researcher at Andrews Forest Roy Silen responds to questions from more than a dozen highly experienced members of the Andrews Forest community on a wide range of…

Jerry Franklin, a long-time champion of native forests, especially old growth, begins this interview describing his education at Oregon State University and PhD from Washington State University, and how he worked for the Pacific Northwest Research…

Jerry Franklin has described John Gordon as a statesman for US forestry, based on his communication and social skills, and deep knowledge of forests rooted in the Midwest, Pacific Northwest, and Northeast. John Gordon begins this oral history…

Norm Johnson, a pivotal, though sometimes behind-the-scenes, player in Pacific Northwest forestry policy and planning for many decades, begins this extensive, candid interview recounting his upbringing in Berkeley, California, and education…

Martin (“Marty”) Raphael had a career as a wildlife biologist mainly with the Pacific Northwest Research Station of the US Forest Service, but his role as deputy to Jack Ward Thomas in management of the Ecosystem Management Assessment Team…

As a fisheries biologist for the Pacific Northwest Research Station of the US Forest Service, Gordon (”Gordie”) Reeves played important roles in several of the major processes for delivery of science information to policy makers, including the…

Tom Spies took a post-doc position with Jerry Franklin in 1983 to lead a study of old and young forests in the Pacific Northwest, which led to a career of it as a forest ecologist in the Pacific Northwest Research Station of the Forest Service,…

Trained as a geologist, Fred Swanson brought a physical processes perspective to work in forest and stream ecosystems and his work at the H.J. Andrews Experimental Forest led to his engagement in the Forest Ecosystem Management Assessment (FEMAT) on…

In this interview, Judy Li tells the story of her life as a scientist, teacher, writer, mother and more. The granddaughter of Chinese immigrants, Li provides a brief history of her heritage, and discusses the social climate that prevailed during the…