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Nature Night Recap: A History of Trees

Feb 24, 2023 by Jana Hemphill
Watch a recording of Dr. James Johnston's February 21st Nature Night presentation, A History of Trees—Fire, Old-Growth, and Forest Restoration in Central Oregon.

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Thanks to those of you who attended our February 21st Nature Night, A History of Trees—Fires, Old-Growth, and Forest Restoration in Central Oregon. It was an informative and in-depth look at our local trees from Dr. James Johnston. If you missed it or would like to see parts of it again, you can watch a recording of his presentation below.


James shared a lot of information during his Nature Night presentation. Check out some links related to James' talk and a few resources that were mentioned during his presentation:


Thank you to the OSU Extension Service for providing information in the lobby of the Tower Theatre before the presentation! Be sure to check out their podcast, In the Woods, for stories and interviews about forests.

About Dr. James Johnston
Dr. James Johnston is an Assistant Professor at OSU College of Forestry. He holds a Bachelor’s degree in History from the University of Oregon and a Master’s and Ph.D. in Forest Science from Oregon State University. His research interests include fire ecology, dendroecology, restoration forestry, environmental law and policy, and collaborative governance.


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