Southwestern Oregon’s forests and woodlands are home to more than 100 species of shrubs – plants that add immeasurably to the beauty and function of this remarkably diverse ecosystem. This field guide is designed to help you identify 56 of the most frequently encountered shrubs in the area.
This publication is part of the Alternative Forest Management series. It describes a case study on thinning in the mature Douglas-fir stands common to interior southwestern Oregon, many of which have become very dense and are at risk of loss due to wildfire, drought, and insect attack. Following a...
Presents research findings from the last ten years on the patterns of fire sizes since the 1980s. One in a series of fire FAQs that are based on questions Forest & Natural Resource Extension agents and specialists have received from the people they serve.
By Max Bennett, Carrie Berger, Stephen Fitzgerald, Dan Leavell