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Ed Anderson and Mike Kerrick (assisting with memory). Ed Anderson was ranger at the McKenzie Bridge Ranger District in 1955 and the next year moved to establish the Blue River Ranger District. His time there post-dated Roy Silen’s tenure as lead…

Martha Brookes was a writer-editor for OSU and then the PNW Station whose personal roots in science gave her a special affinity for the scientists and science programs she worked with. She edited manuscripts by many College of Forestry scientists…

George Brown began his engagements with the Andrews Forest in Summer 1964 digging soil pits, processing soil samples, and surveying, under the supervision of Forest Service scientists Jack Rothacher and Ted Dyrness. He began his PhD studies in…

Lynn Burditt grew up in the academically-charged Oak Ridge, Tennessee, community, went on for a MS in Forest Engineering at OSU, and worked for the US Forest Service in Montana before being recruited by Willamette National Forest Supervisor Mike…

After receiving a MS in forest planning from Penn State, John Cissel worked in several positions within the Willamette National Forest before becoming the Research Liaison based on the Blue River Ranger District. In that position, he advanced the…

Kermit Cromack came to OSU from the powerhouse ecosystem research group at University of Georgia and the Coweeta Hydrological Laboratory, a companion Forest Service experimental forest to the Andrews Forest. A specialist in soil biology and carbon…

After completing his graduate training in soils at OSU, Ted Dyrness began soil survey and slope stability work as a Forest Service scientist at various locations in western Oregon, but quickly began to focus soil survey and erosion studies in the…

After completing his graduate training in soils at OSU, Ted Dyrness began soil survey and slope stability work as a Forest Service scientist at various locations in western Oregon, but quickly began to focus soil survey and erosion studies in the…

OSU forest engineering graduate Steve Eubanks worked in several Northwest national forests before encountering BLM ecologist Chris Maser in 1977, who hooked him on broad-scale, ecological thinking. As Ranger at the Bear Springs Ranger District on…

OSU forest engineering graduate Steve Eubanks worked in several Northwest national forests before encountering BLM ecologist Chris Maser in 1977, who hooked him on broad-scale, ecological thinking. As Ranger at the Bear Springs Ranger District on…