SEFS IN THE NEWS

Chunky seabird in the crosshairs of state's timber-cutting machinery
Crosscut.com, 04/24/2014
Tom DeLuca, Director, and John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Tree sitters face off with professors over logging plan
KUOW.org, 12/26/2013
Jerry Franklin, Professor, wildlife science


Species moving already as climate heats; Lowcountry on a climate 'cusp'?
Post and Courier, 11/17/2013
Josh Lawler, Professor, landscape ecology


Wolves boost food for Yellowstone's threatened grizzlies
Mongabay.com, 11/13/2013
Aaron Wirsing, Professor, wildlife science


Can new energy operations make forest restoration affordable?
Yakima Herald, 10/23/2013
Jerry Franklin, Professor, wildlife science


Scientists call for more controlled burns in West's forests
Los Angeles Times, 10/03/2013
James Agee, Professor Emeritus, forest and fire ecology


House to vote on federal forest management bill
Yakima Herald Republic, 09/20/2013
Bruce Bare, Professor, forest management and economics


Into the Minds of Birds
Science, 07/05/2013
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Forks to rebuild where fire destroyed historic IOOF hall; nine possible plans on view this weekend
Peninsula Daily News, 05/31/2013
Olympic Natural Resources Center


A New Forest Paradigm: Can Oregon’s timber country find balance in a new world?
High Country News, 04/29/2013
Jerry Franklin, Professor, wildlife science


UW team harvests fog for national competition
The Daily, 04/05/2013
Susan Bolton, Professor, hydrology


UW project seeks to harvest fog for irrigation
The Seattle Times, 03/15/2013
Susan Bolton, Professor, hydrology


Arboretum creating digital map of plant collection
The Montlaker, 02/21/2013
Tracy Mehlin, IT Librarian, CUH


Arboretum trades empty ramps for new trails
King 5 News, 1/24/2013
Sarah Reichard, Professor, plant ecology
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State to tear down 'ramps to nowhere'
The Seattle Times, 1/24/2013
Washington Park Arboretum
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520 'ramps to nowhere' to be demolished
seattlepi.com, 1/24/2013
Washington Park Arboretum
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Arboretum gets $7.8 million for new trail, improvements
KOMO News, 1/24/2013
Washington Park Arboretum


Mighty old trees are perishing fast, study warns
The New York Times "Green" Blog, 12/7/2012
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Why do crows attack cars?
The Toronto Globe and Mail, 12/4/2012
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Naturalist Angell to keynote land trust gala
The Olympian, 8/10/2012
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Op-ed: How we can fight ocean acidification, protect marine life
Seattle Times, 8/8/2012
Lisa Graumlich, Professor and College of the Environment Dean


Rabbits ravage seabird populations on Destruction Island
Seattle times, 8/4/2012
Scott Pearson, alumnus, College of of Forest Resources, PhD 1997


Forest management proposed on county park land
Kitsap Sun, 7/14/2012
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Forest fires: Let 'em burn?
Crosscut, 7/11/2012
Lisa Graumlich, Professor and College of the Environment Dean; David Peterson, Affiliate Professor; forest ecology


Logs destined for China stacking up on Port Angeles waterfront
Kitsap Sun, 7/10/2012
Grant Munro, alumnus, College of of Forest Resources, MS 1972, BS 1970


Seattle steam plant assailed as producer of 'dirty heat' despite green credentials
Seattle Weekly blog, 7/10/2012
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering


Bears’ taste for chicken sets up collision course
New York Times, 7/6/2012
Chris Servheen, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1975


Mount Vernon's Booshoot: Growing bamboo for the loo
Seattle Times, 6/25/2012
William McKean, Professor, bioresource science and engineering


Last to be sentenced in UW horticulture center arson given 4 years in prison
Seattle Times, 6/22/2012
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Justin Solondz torches a movement
Seattle Weekly, 6/20/2012
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Peru battles the golden curse of Madre de Dios
Nature, 6/20/2012
Jason Scullion, graduate student


The Games Crows Play, and Other Winged Tales
New York Times, 6/11/2012
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'Gifts of the Crow': New book by Seattle authors about brainy birds
Seattle Times, 6/3/2012
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Gifts of the crow
KUOW, 6/7/2012
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


The silviculture challenge: UW vs. UBC
The Forestry Source, June 2012
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Future foresters face off: In competition, UW and Canadian students get a real-world lesson
Everett Herald, 3/3/2012
UW-UBC 2012 Silviculture Challenge


Biosolids give-away: Use becomes matter of choice
Kitsap Sun, 5/25/2012
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


Blanket Is CO2 Absorber, Fertilizer, and Kiln
Discovery News, 5/23/2012
Derek Churchill and Jenny Knoth, SEFS graduate students


Wolverines breed, raise young in North Cascades
Seattle Times, 5/21/2012
Keith Aubry, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Seattle's First Hill: Carriage rides and early fortunes
Seattle Times, 5/19/2012
UW's Anderson Hall


What animals will win the climate change race
Toronto Globe and Mail, 5/16/2012
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UW study: Running from climate change may trip up some species
Seattle Times, 5/15/2012
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Which Mammals will adapt to climate change?
Oregon Public Broadcasting "earthFIX", 5/l4/2012
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Nearly one-tenth of hemisphere's mammals unlikely to outrun climate change
UW Today, 5/14/2012
Josh Lawler, Associate Professor, landscape ecology; Tristan Nunez, alumnus, School of Forest Resources, MS 2011; and Carrie Schloss, alumna, School of Forest Rsources, MS 2011


Analysis of recent disasters shows vast majority of debris unrecycled
America Recycler.com, May 2012
Kristiina Vogt, Professor, forest ecology


Valuable Trees Destroyed in Arboretum
CBS Seattle, 5/5/2012
UW Botanic Gardens Washington Park Arboretum


Forest officials work to keep deadly fungus from Wyoming bats
Wyoming Tribune, 5/5/2012
Chris Servheen, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1975


Mammoth trees, champs of the ecosystem
NY Times environment blog, 5/5/2012
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Yosemite study shows size (of big trees) matters
The Oregonian, 5/3/2012
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A handful of heavyweight trees per acre are forest champs
UW Today, 5/2/2012
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology; James Freund, graduate student; Jim Lutz, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2005, PhD 2008; Mark Swanson, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1999, PhD 2007


Video Friday: Clip about fighting invasives takes cue from "The Artist"
UW Today, 5/4/2012
Hilary Burgess, graduate student; Jennifer Leach, alumna, College of Forest Rseources, BS 2004, MS 2007


Migratory birds: They bring the songs of spring
Seattle Times, 5/4/2012
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science

University of Washington terrestrial natural resources program
Western Forester, March/April/May 2012
Bruce Bare, Professor, forest economics; and Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology and SEFS Director


Future of ecological forestry is here
Medford Mail Tribune, 4/23/2012
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Bench made from beloved tree may mark its memory at Green Lake
Seattle Times, 4/23/2012
Mark Mead, alumnus,College of Forest Resources, BS 1987


Washington View: Choose biomass to create jobs, reduce forest waste
The Colombian, 4/17/2012
Olympic Natural Resources Center


Washington's forest floors may supply biomass for energy needs
KING5 News, 4/5/2012
SEFS research cited.


Scouting the world for killer ski slopes
Wall Street Journal, 3/25/2012
Paul Mathews, alumnus,College of Forest Resources, BS 1974


Man giving nature a helping hand in laying a new Elwha carpet
Seattle Times 3/24/2012
Joshua Chenoweth, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2007


Tribal youths to gather for career day at University of Washington
Peninsula Daily News, 3/19/2012
Olympic Natural Resources Center


Wild art: Photographer Art Wolfe returns to the wild parts of the UW campus to find stunning images
Columns Magazine, March 2012
UW Botanic Gardens Washngton Park Arboretum and Union Bay Natural Area


University of Washington researchers remember 2001 arson attack
KUOW, 3/19/2012
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A cell door closes on UW's 2001 arson after a laudable pursuit of justice
Seattle Times, 3/16/2012
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Sentencing Friday for firebomb maker in 2001 UW arson
Seattle Times, 3/15/2012
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Planning to visit the cherry blossoms? Err on the earlier side
PBS Newshour, 3/19/2012
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D.C. cherry trees: Blooms won't wait in warming world, UW research finds
UW Today, 3/19/2012
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Could cherry blossoms one day be blooming in winter?
Washington Post, 3/14/2012
Soo Hyung-Kim, Assistant Professor, plant ecophysiology


State DNR biomass report says slash extraction won’t hurt forests
Peninsula Daily News, 3/13/2012
UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences research


WSU professor's database selected as standard reference
WSU News, 3/7/2012
Dean Glawe, Professor, plant pathology


Biosolids hit the fan
Sound Consumer, March 2012
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


Stop putting the squeeze on tiger territory, says UW alum, now chief scientist with World Wildlife Fund
UW Today, 2/23/2012
Eric Dinerstein, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1979, PhD 1983


Interim forester takes over in U.S. Forest Service's Northern Region
The Missoulian, 2/17/2012
Vicki Christiansen, alumna, College of Forest Resources, BS 1983


5 new reforestation projects announced for Southern Oregon
Ashland Daily Tidings, 2/22/2012
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New forestry projects show promise in Southern Oregon, professors say
The Oregonian, 2/15/2012
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


With gardens like these, who needs a SAD lamp?
Crosscut, 2/17/2012
UW Botanic Gardens Washington Park Arboretum


A Peruvian slum gets a massive green makeover
UW today, 2/13/2012
Susan Bolton, Professor, forest hydrology


If a tree falls in the ‘forest,’ UW Botanic Garden arborists hear
UW Today, 2/7/2012
UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum; Chris Watson, arborist; and David Zuckerman, horticulture and plant records manager, School of Environmental and Forest Sciences


State goes its own way to regulate forest roads
New York Times, 2/5/2012
William Keeton, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2000


A blighted Northwest icon
Washington State magazine, Spring 2012
Marianne Elliott, alumna, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2005


A Numbers Game: Students’ academic experiences vary based on major size
The (UW) Daily, 1/31/2012
Bioresource Science and Engineering (BSE) major


USDA Plant-zone map updated, reflects global warming
Seattle Times, 1/28/2012
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology, and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


Film on Earth Liberation Front up for Oscar, raises specter of UW arson and WTO
National Public Radio, 1/24/2012
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


UW Botanic Gardens sow seeds for the future
Seattle Times, 1/21/2012
UW Botanic Gardens; Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology, and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


NOAA expert to talk about marine tsunami debris in Port Angeles, Forks panels
Peninsula Daily News, 1/21/2012
Olympic Natural Resources Center


World War II aviator receives his wings 67 years late
Peninsula Daily News, 1/12/2012
Eldridge Gockerell, alumnus, College of Forestry, BS 1951


Does Mount St. Helens have lessons for an Oregon logging experiment?
Oregon Public Broadcasting, 1/12/2012
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Wolves helping aspens
Jackson Hole Daily, 1/2/2012
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Study: Yellowstone wolves helping park trees rebound
Great Falls Tribune, 1/2/2012
Aaron Wirsing, Assistant Professor, wildlife science


The way of the wolverine
Smithsonian, January 2012
Keith Aubry, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Seattle bird lovers stroll out for Christmas count
Seattle Times, 12/31/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Union Bay Natural Area


Man charged in 2001 UW arson to plead guilty
Seattle Times, 12/20/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Biofuels: A poplar idea
Columns Magazine, December 2011
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering; Tom Hinckley, Professor of Forest Ecology and Director


Proposed eastern Washington biomass facility debated
KUOW, 12/7/2011
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering


An overview of what green building means to forestry
Bruce Lippke, Professor Emeritus, forest economics; and Elaine Oneil, Research Scientist
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The good news about green building
Edie Sonne Hall, alumna, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2005, MS 2001 ; and Cassie Phillips, alumna, College of Forest Resources, BS 1976
Western Forester, November/December 2011


State scrambles to fight massive tree die-offs
Seattle Times, 11/21/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology, and David Peterson, Professor, forest ecology and USDA Forest Service biologist


LINES Ballet: dance, glorious dance
Seattle Times, 11/18/2011
Meredith Webster, alumna, College of Forest Resources, BS 2003


The forgotten North Cascades grizzly bear
High Country News, 11/14/2011
Bill Gaines, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2002; Chris Servheen, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1975


Carbon mitigation strategy uses wood for buildings first, bioenergy second
UW Today, 11/9/2011
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering; Bruce Lippke, Professor Emeritus, forest economics; and Elaine Oneil, Research Scientist


Climate change, beetle may doom rugged pine
Seattle Times, 11/6/2011
Connie Mehmel, alumnus, College* of Forest Resources, MS 2002


Fighting wild fires in 1958, how Bandera Mountain burned
Issaquan/Sammamish Reporter, 11/4/2011
Ben Harrison, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1966


Youth program plants seeds for success
Seattle Times, 11/1/2011
UW Botanic Gardens


Green cities, good health
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Urban forest health benefits
You Tube videos, November 2011
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Family produces three generations of loggers, not a single poet
Tacoma News Tribune, 10/27/2011
L.T. Murray, Jr., alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1948


Master planner(original article in Finnish, p. 58)
Nieto Magazine, Finland, 10/26/2011
Paul Mathews, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, BS 1974


Reeling in fishy business at the seafood counter
KUOW, 10/23/2011
Erica Cline, Adjunct Assistant Professor, and alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2004


Book highlights all that kids, and adults, will love on Vashon trails
Vashon-Maury Island Beachcomber, 10/20/11
Bianca Perla, alumna, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2008


Alec Jackson, the man behind the hooks
Hatches Newsletter, 10/19/2011
Alec Jackson, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1956


Conservation group given chance to buy Port Gamble forestlands
Seattle Times, 10/19/2011
Michelle Connor, alumna, MS, College of Forest Resources, 2001


A new Arboretum collection is an open door to our history
The UW Botanic Gardens Oral History Project
Washington Park Arboretum Bulletin, Fall 2011


Research Insider: A surgical robot, students recycling forest slash piles, intelligent babies, and a life-inducing glacier
The (UW) Daily, 10/12/2011
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Turning slash piles into soil benefit
UW Today, 10/6/2011
Jenny Knoth, graduate student, bioresource science and engineering; Derek Churchill, graduate student, forest ecology


Crow committee is for the birds
Indiana Statesman, 10/12/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Bioblitz volunteers to catalog living things in arboretum Oct. 21-22
UW Today,. 10/12/2011
Patrick Mulligan, UW Botanic Gardens Continuing Education Coordinator; and graduate students Matt Flora-Tostado and Rachel Mitchell.


Off the beaten track
Audubon Magazine, September/October 2011
Filip Tkaczyk alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 2006


In full bloom: Master's graduate tends UW gardens
UW Graduate School website alumni profile
Ray Larson, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2005


No biofuels connection yet for Pack Forest
The Dispatch, 10/4/2011
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Biofuel research at UW and WSU to help power the economy
Seattle Times, 9/30/2011
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NW biofuels coming of age with $80 million in separate projects led by UW, WS
UW Today, 9/28/2011
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UW, WSU to get $80M to develop biofuels
Seattle times, 9/28/2011
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Environmentalists cast doubts on biofuel plans
Seattle Times, 9/28/2011
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering


From fries to freighters
The (UW) Daily, 9/30/2011
Shannon Ewanick, graduate student, bioresource science and engineering


More at-risk plants, animals to get protection
Seattle Times, 9/30/2011
Noah Greenwald, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1997


Is your office green enough to be certified?
UW Today, 9/26/2011
Jennifer Perkins, alumnus, BS, School of Forest Resources, 2011


Port-sanctioned study sees job loss if Wild Olympics plan goes through
Penninsula Daily News, 9/26/2011
Jason Cross, Research Coordinator


Pilot project in Oregon forest gets first lease
Seattle PI, 9/17/2011
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Elwha: Revegetation involves hundreds of thousands of plantings
Seattle Times, 9/17/2011
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Revegetation of bare land already begun on Elwha River
Peninsula Daily News, 9/18/2011
Joshua Chenoweth, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2007


Old-forest loss catastrophic: study
Canberra Times, 9/13/201
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Ethanol's future bright
Norfolk Daily News, 9/8/2011
Erik Anderson, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1987, BS 1984


Michigan hiker killed by grizzly in Yellowstone
Seattle Times, 8/30/2011
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Grizzlies return, with strings attached
New York Times, 8/15/2011
Chris Servheen, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1975


UW "innovation zones": Boon for biz -- and trees?
Seattle PI, 8/26/2011
Gordon Bradley, Professor, forest land use planniing and urban forestry


Finish line in sight at Johnston Ridge amphitheater
The Daily News (Longview, WA), 8/22/2011
Peter Frenzen, almnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1980,


Intensive thinning needed to restore some western forests
Summit County (Colo.) Citizens Voice,8/20/2011
Morris Johnson, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2008, MS 2001; Maureen Kennedy, Research Scientist; and David Peterson, Professor, forest ecology and USDA Forest Service biologist


Green gardening philosophy evolving into new frontiers
The Olympian, 8/17/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology; and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


Reporter's notebook: How to snag a grizzly
High Country News, 8/15/2011
Jesse McCarty, alumnus, School of Forest Resources, BS 2010


Highway agencies' tree cutting raises practical questions
Philadelphia Inquirer, 8/15/2011
Kathleen Wolf, Research Scientist


Top ten: America's coolest schools
Sierra Magazine, September-October 2011
Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest


Seeing the trees
Washington State Magazine, Fall 2011
Kevin Zobrist, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2001, BS 2000


Collaboration yields guide-to-go for flowers at Mount Rainier
UW Today, 8/3/2011
David Giblin, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1997


Don't plant ivy: It's just not worth it
Everett Herald, 8/2/2011
Rebecca Alexander, Plant Answer Line Librarian, UW Botanic Gardens Elisabeth C. Miller Library


Anti-predator behaviors transcend the land-sea boundary
Beyond the Frontier podcast, Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment, August 2011
Aaron Wirsing, Assistant Professor, wildlife science


New UW tree canopy study shows Tacoma closer to goal
Tacoma Daily Index 7/28/2011
Tacoma canopy cover assessment study


UW eco-arson suspect pleads not guilty
Seattle Times, 7/27/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Close encounters: Mountain goats on the trail
Seattle Times, 7/26/2011
Ken Raedeke, Affiliate Professor, wildlife science


Banking on new wetlands when old ones vanish
KUOW, 7/22/2011
Kern Ewing, Professor, ecological restoration


What every resource manager should know about collaboration
Western Forester, June/July/August 2011
Clare Ryan, professor, environmental policy; and director UW Program on the Environment


Rainier's trees could hold key to saving whitebark pines
Seattle Times, 7/22/2011
Gregory Ettl, Associate Professor, forest ecology; and Director, Center for Sustainable Forestry at Pack Forest


Seeing trends, coalition works to help a river adapt
New York Times, 7/21/2011
Jeanette Dorner, alumna, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1999


The Earth Liberation Front as Greek tragedy
Crosscut, 7/20/2011
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If a Tree Falls: A Story of the Earth Liberation Front (2011)
New York Times, 6/21/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


To nullify lead, add a bunch of fish bones
New York Times, 7/20/2011
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


How is the UW doing in sustainability? Watch the ‘sustainability dashboard’ and see
UW Today, 7/20/2011
Jennifer Perkins, alumna, School of Forest Resources, BS 2011


Cutting trees to cool the planet?
MSNBC, 7/19/2011
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Clean Living: Build with wood
Discovery News 7/19/2011
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Wood products part of winning carbon-emissions equation, researchers say
UW Today, 7/13/2011
Bruce Lippke, Professor Emeritus, forest economics and Elaine Oneil, Research Scientist


New University of Utah biologist aims to bring science off-campus
Salt Lake Tribune, 7/18/2011
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Loss of predators in the food chain can alter the ecosystem
USA Today, 7/15/2011
Aaron Wirsing, Assistant Professor, wildlife science


Outdoor Briefs: Learn about local plants with new guide
Longview Daily News, 7/14/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology; and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


County fights back against foreign invader
Longview Daily News 7/14/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology; and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


The perfect firestorm
Audubon Magazine, July/August 2011
Mark Finney, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1986; and Jerry Williams, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources 1978


Cle Elum wolf pack sighting
Seattle Times Letters to the Editor, 7/7/2011
Ben Silver, SFR graduate student


Solondz returns to face charges In UW horticulture arson
KUOW, 7/7/2011
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Fugitive accused in 2001 UW horiculture center firebombing is arrested
KCPQ-TV FOX 13, 7/6/2011
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Suspect in 2001 UW arson back in U.S.; awaits extradition
Seattle Times, 7/6/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Sarah Reichard becomes director of UW Botanic Gardens
UW Today, 7/6/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology; and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


American crows: the ultimate angry birds?
Guardian Unlimited, 7/6/2011
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Crows don't get mad, they get even -- and bring friends, and never forget
Seattle Times, 7/1/2011
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Hitchcockian crows gossip about mean humans
msnbc, 6/28/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Looking for shelter: Custodians noticing more individuals spending the night in Communications, Bloedel, and Parrington
UW Daily, 6/29/2011
Bloedel Hall and UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Our summer of long, sweet grass
Seattle Times, 6/27/2011
Fred Hoyt, Associate Director, UW Botanic Gardens


Why penguins are afraid of the dark
Science Now, 6/23/2011
Aaron Wirsing, Assistant Professor, wildlife science


Alfred couple celebrates 25 years of rose growing
keepME current, 6/21/2011
Raymond Graber, alumnus, College of Forestry, BS 1957


Baby crows on the verge! Bets anyone, on when they'll fledge?
Seattle Times, 6/16/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Latest Invasive Weed Not Following Usual Script
KUOW News, 6/15/2011
Sandy Wyllie-Echeverria, Research Scientist


Facetime: Saving the honeybee
Columns, June 2011
Charles Wick, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1973 and PhD 1979; and Reinhard Stettler, Professor Emeritus


Accused Eco-Saboteur Changes Plea to Guilty In UW Arson Case
KUOW News, 6/15/20100
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Woman pleads guilty in UW arson case
MSNBC, 6/14/2011
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California violin teacher pleads guilty to 2001 UW arson
Seattle Times, 6/14/2011
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Guilty plea expected in 2001 UW arson attack
KUOW News, 6/13/2011
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Woman expected to plead guilty in 2001 UW arson
Seattle Times, 6/8/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Plant Life: UW Botanic Gardens grows its own
Seattle Times, 6/11/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


'He came hopping right out, then dive-bombed me'
KOMO News, 6/10/2011
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Real life 'Angry Birds' take Everett police by storm
Q13 FOX News, 6/10/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Study of 800-year-old tree rings backs global warming
Seattle Times 6/10/2011
Lisa Graumlich, Professor, paleoecology, Dean, UW College of the Environment, and alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1985; and Jeremy Littell, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2006

Beating sunburn -- when you can't move into the shade
Seattle Times, 6/3/2011
Soo-Hyung Kim, Assistant Professor, plant physiology; Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology and Director, UW Botanic Gardens


Construction crane used for research in old-growth forest runs out of funding
KUOW, 6/10/2011
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Scientists enjoy one last bird's-eye-view of forest canopy
Oregon Public Broadcasting, 6/8/2010
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Wind River Canopy Crane ends its journey above the trees
The Columbian, 6/3/2011
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Wind River Canopy Crane closes
The Columbian video, 6/3/2011
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Canopy crane falls victim to budget cuts
The Columbian, 4/28/2011
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Era of canopy crane ending; certain research and education activities remain
UW Today, 4/27/2011
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility; Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology; Ken Bible, Research Scientist


Snowpack declines in Northern Rockies, Upper Columbia region 'almost unprecedented' in last 800 years, study says
The Oregonian, 6/9/2011
Jeremy Littell, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2006


How do we prevent flood damage here?
KUOW Weekday, 5/26/2011
Susan Bolton, Professor, forest hydrology


Boosters see Northwest future in aviation biofuel
Longview Daily News, 5/25/2011
Renata Bura, Assistant Professor, bioresource science and engineering


Nightlighting Zooplankton
UW Huskies You Tube video, 5/20/2011
David Hays, graduate student, restoration ecology


Arborists at the UW Botanic Gardens
UW Daily video, 5/16/2011
Cris Watson, Lead Gardener/Arborist


Two faculty members receive Exceptional Faculty Award
Centralia College News, 5/10/2011
Lisa Carlson, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 2003


Coquille tribe to help feds on timber management
The Columbian, 5/4/2011
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Campus Society for Ecological Restoration helps ‘recolonize’ native plants
UW Today, 5/4/2011
Lloyd Nackley and Lauren Urgenson, SFR graduate students


Military asked UW to ramp up crow study for bin Laden search
KING 5 video, 5/4/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Native plants of the Puget lowlands springing to life
Seattle Times, 5/1/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology and UW Botanic Gardens Interim Director


Tracing the fox family tree: The North American red fox has a diverse ancestry forged during successive ice ages
USDA Forest Service PNW Research Station Science Findings, April/May 2011
Keith Aubry, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


'Dog Days, Raven Nights': John and Colleen Marzluff chronicle the complicated world of ravens
Seattle Times, 4/28/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Washington Park Arboretum plans summer camps for kids
UW Today, 4/27/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Washington Park Arboretum


Wildlife at risk face long line at U.S. agency
New York Times, 4/21/2011
Noah Greenwald, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1997


The Seattle region's coldest April on record is a boon for moss
Seattle Times, 4/18/2011
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology and UW Botanic Gardens Interim Director


From ancient giants, finding new life to help the planet
New York Times, 4/10/2011
Connie Millar, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1977


Rebuilding Japan to require Northwest wood
Puget Sound Business Journal, 4/8/2011
Ivan Eastin, Professor, forest products marketing; and Director, Center for International Trade in Forest Products


Rescuing the valleys: a new appoach to flooding, endangered salmon, and crumbling dams
Crosscut, 4/7/2011
Sustan Bolton, Professor, forest hydrology


Pilate projects seek way out of forest logjam
Seattle Times, 3/27/2011
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Bearing it all: Grizzly debate comes with broad implications
Missoula Independent, 3/24/2011
Chris Servheen, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1975


Use of biosolids for soil improvement
Kansas State University video, 3/22/2011
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


New studies raise doubts about greenness of biomass
Seattle Times, 3/22/2011
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering


New book is a guide to ethical modern gardening
Seattle Times 3/19/11
Sarah Reichard, Professor, conservation biology and UW Botanic Gardens Interim Director


Hummingbirds: A tiny sign that spring is here
Seattle Times, 3/18/2011
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Changes sweep over logging industry giants
East Oregonian, 3/17/2011
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


The tsunami that rocked Japan 300 years ago
Seattle Weekly, 3/16/2011
David Yamaguchi, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1986


Plant Talk | Opinion: speak up to help save the Washington Park Arboretum threatened by state budget cuts
Seattle Times 3/14/2011
UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum


Sink to Sound
Columns, 3/11/2011
UW Botanic Gardens, Rare Plant Care and Conservation Program


Oldest known U.S. albatross hatches new chick
Chicago Tribune, 3/9/2011
John Klavitter, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 2000


Can a tree make you happy?
on earth, 3/8/2011
Kathleen Wolf, Research Scientist


The squirrel lady of the North Cascades
Go Lake Chelan, 2/28/2011 (story and radio interview)
Katy Stuart, SFR graduate student


Wolverines stage comeback in Northwest, but for how long?
NPR, 2/28/2011
Keith Aubry, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Plantsman Dan Hinkley's passion takes a turn
Seattle Times, 2/19/2011
Dan Hinkley, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1985


Discovery Park cougar roams free; tracking collar gone
Magnolia Voice 2/15/2011
Brian Kertson, alumnus, PhD, School of Forest Resources 2010


Global health minor launched in response to student interest
UW Today, 2/3/2011
Tekie Meharie, alumnus, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1981


A decade later, hunt continues in UW eco-terror arson
Seattle PI, 2/3/2011
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Documentary focuses on environmental "terrorists"
Los Angeles Times, 1/31/2011
UW Botanic Gardens Center for Urban Horticulture


Local gardens to brighten up your February
Seattle Times, 2/2/2011
UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum and Center for Urban Horticulture


Invader abundance not always explosive
UW Today, 2/1/2011
Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, restoration ecology


UW students turn wine into water
Seattle PI, 1/28/2011
Susan Bolton, Professor, forest hydrology


Mount St. Helens scientist wins national interpretation award
The Oregonian, 1/5/2011
Peter Frenzen, alumnus,BS 1980, College of Forest Resources


My weather knowledge was a little foggy
Issaquah Press, 1/25/2011
Tom Hinckley, Interim Director and Professor, forest ecology


Obama admin denies petition to raise grazing fees on public lands
New York Times, 1/19/2011
Joel Holtrop, alumnus, MS 1982, College of Forest Resources


Woody biomass supply assessment: Level II feasibility estimates required for progress
Western Forester, January/February 2011
Olympic Natural Resources Center
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Study says Peninsula has plenty of wood for biomass facilities
Peninsula Daily News, 1/19/2011
Jason Cross, Research Coordinator, Olympic Natural Resources Center


It's time for a new direction in our federal forests
Oregon Live 1/3/2011


West Seattle property owner claims tree poisoning, hangs banner
West Seattle blog, 12/26/2010
Mark Mead, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1987


The future of the forest can sustain communities and the trees, OSU's College of Forestry dean says
The Oregonian, 12/25/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Scientists: It's not too late yet for polar bears
Seattle Times, 12/15/2010
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Polar bears still on thin ice, but cutting greenhouse gases now can avert extinction
UW Today, 12/15/2010
Steven Amstrup, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1972


Lake Oswego looks to exempt some species from its tree-removal limits
Lake Oswego Review, 12/9/2010
Morgan Holen, alumnus, BS 2001, College of Forest Resources


Canyonville pilot project could help open O&C lands to logging
Douglas County (OR) News Review, 12/9/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Tackling new terrain: Climate change and global health
UW Today, 12/8/2010
Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology; Soo-Hyung Kim, Assistant Professor, plant ecophysiology; Josh Lawler, Associate Professor, quantitative landscape ecology


Forest biomass supply research team chosen
Peninsula Daily News, 12/8/2010
School of Forest Resources


The big unknown: The sediment effect
Columns, December 2010
Christian Torgersen, Assistant Professor, landscape ecology


Would tolls keep SR 520 traffic out of the Arboretum?
Seattle PI, 12/2/2010
UW Botanic Gardens Washington Park Arboretum


Exports lift Washington state's lumber industry
Puget Sound Business Journal, 11/24/2010
Ivan Eastin, Professor, forest products marketing


California's controlled fires boost biodiversity
Science Daily, 11/23/2010
Charles Halpern, Research Professor, forest ecology; and Karen Webster, alumna, School of Forest Resources, MS 2010


Who should maintain the Mountain Loop Highway?
Heraldnet, 11/19/2019
Felix Nishida, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1982


'Before this, I would literally put a torch to it': Tour highlights biomass availability
Peninsula Daily News, 11/14/2010
John Calhoun, Olympic Natural Resources Center


Conservation fund must be preserved
Tacoma News Tribune, 11/10/2010
UW Botanic Gardens Washington Park Arboretum


Snow patrol
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One cute chick: the Western Snowy Plover
Audubon Magazine, November-December 2010
Stacey Vigallon, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2003


Unique Seattle horticultural library has deep roots, celebrates 25 years
Seattle Times, 11/6/2010
UW Botanic Gardens Elisabeth C. Miller Library


National Parks reach out to blacks who aren’t visiting
New York Times, 11/3/2010
Jim Gramann, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1978, BS 1975


Seattle apple show serves sampling of state's top crop
Seattle Times, 10/31/2010
UW Botanic Gardens Elisabeth C. Miller Library


Mending a monumental mistake against black soldiers
Seattle Times, 10/29/2010
Leslie Hamann, alumna, College of Forest Resources, BS 1986


Salazar backs test harvests to break Oregon logjam
Ecotrope/Oregon Public Broadcasting, 10/25/2010
-and-
Interior Secretary visits Oregon to talk timber
Longview Daily News, 10/25/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Wicked smart: Crows, those winged icons of Halloween, are so smart … it's scary!
Chicago Tribune, 10/25/2010
-and-
A murder of crows
PBS, 10/24/2010
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UW researchers: Crows are smarter than you think
Seattle PI, 10/25/2050
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science; Heather Cornell, wildlife science graduate student


In the Emerald City, the debate over trees heats up
Everett Herald, 10/25/2010
Kathleen Wolf, Research Scientist


Canada's ski resort designer to the world
The Globe and Mail, 10/13/2010
Paul Mathews, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, BS 1974


Tread lightly by the Schmitz Park stream – brand-new trees!
West Seattle Blog, 10/10/2010
-and-
Forest Monitoring team helps shape the future of Seattle's urban forest
West Seattle Herald 9/18/2010
Dylan Mendenhall, restoration ecology undergraduate


Interview with Polar Bears International Chief Scientist Steven Amstrup
National Geographic, 10/8/2010
Steven Amstrup, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1972


Scientists and soldiers solve a bee mystery
New York Times, 10/7/2010
Charles Wick, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, PhD 1979; MS 1973


UW doctoral programs win high ratings
Seattle Times, 10/6/2010
UW School of Forest Resources doctoral programs


One in five plant species face extinction
The Guardian, 9/29/2010
UW Botanic Gardens Miller Seed Vault


Ranchers sell development rights to preserve way of life
Capital Press Agriculture News, 9/23/2010
Monica Hoover, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1985


Planning Commission OKs permits for Nippon biomass cogeneration plant
Peninsula Daily News, 9/22/2010
John Calhoun, Director, Olympic Natural Resources Center


Couple's decade of hard work grows into urban oasis in Tacoma
Tacoma News Tribune 9/22/2010
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Turning Seattle's food waste into fuel
KUOW News, 9/20/2010
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


Research above treeline
-and-
Space-age mapping of the world's forests
-and-
BBC science in action
BBC News, 9/20/2010
Wind River Canopy Crane Research Facility; Ken Bible, Research Scientist; Jim Lutz, Research Associate


UW mansion's gardener picks 10 indispensable Northwest plants
Seattle Times, 9/18/2010
Ray Larson, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 2005


In search of the grizzly (if any are left)
New York Times, 9/17/2010
William Gaines, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, PhD 2002; Chris Servheen, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1975


Missoula Fire Science Lab Celebrates 50 Years
NBC Montana, 9/17/2010
-and-
Missoula Fire Sciences Lab's 50 years of understanding fire behavior on display
The Missoulian, 9/16/2010
Colin Hardy, alumnus, MFR College of Forest Resources, 1983


Local governments extend food and yard waste collection to multifamily dwellings
American City and County, 9/15/2010
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


Appellate court overturns conviction in 2001 UW arson
Seattle Times, 9/15/2010
-and-
ELF conviction overturned
KUOW, 9/16/2010
UWBG Center for Urban Horticulture


Drier climate? Poster 'educated guess' about Olympic National Park future
Penninsula Daily News, 9/12/2010
Dave Peterson, Professor, forest ecology, and US Forest Service Research Biologist


Researchers hope fires spark butterflies’ return
Whidbey News-Times, 9/10/2010
Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, ecological restoration; Eric Delvin, PhD Student


Elwha project expected to blast open nature's door to bountiful fish runs
Kitsap Sun, 9/10/2010
Patrick Crain, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1983


Rattlesnake perfume a longtime squirrel safety measure
USA Today, 9/10/2010
Barbara Clucas, Research Associate


Oasis of inspiration in Tacoma's North End
Tacoma News Tribune, 9/8/2010
Michele Drochak, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1999


80 percent of agricultural expansion in tropics came at expense of forests
UW News and Information, 9/2/2010
Aaron Ruesch, SFR graduate student


Study of Tripod fire reaffirms the value of thinning forests
Wenatchee World, 9/1/2010
Dave Peterson, Professor, forest ecology, and US Forest Service Research Biologist; and Susan Prichard, Research Scientist


The Conversation: Pacific Northwest tallest forests in the world
KUOW Radio, 8/30/2010
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NW forests offer carbon dilemma
The Olympian, 8/30/2010
Elaine Oneil, Research Associate


Menace growing in famous Seattle marsh
KING5 News, 8/23/2010
UW Botanic Gardens, Washington Park Arboretum; Neal Bonham, Gardener


Study's goal: Finding out how much Seattle's trees are worth
Seattle PI, 8/8/2010
Lisa Ciecko, alumna, College of Forest Resources, MS 2009; Ara Erickson, alumna, College of Forest Resources, MS 2004; Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist


Ground beetles may not be beautiful but they are beneficial to the garden
Seattle Times, 8/4/2010
UW Botanic Gardens


Elwha River's coming dam removal has scientists flooded with unknowns
Seattle Times, 7/30/2010
Joshua Chenoweth, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2007


Nike, Outdoor Industry Association launch eco-friendly indexes
Sustainable Business Oregon, 7/29/2010
Jaime Bainbridge, alumna College of Forest Resources, BS 1978


Old-growth cedar tree is gift to tribal culture
NW Indian Fisheries Commission News, Summer 2010
Stephanie Peterson-Martin, alumna, College of Forest Resources, BS 2006


Lupine: purple meadows' majesty in Seattle area
Seattle Times, 6/27/2010
David Giblin, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 1977


St. Johns is mint capital of the world
ConnectMidMichigan, 6/23/10
Heather Hanover, BS 1985, and Karl Hanover, PhD 1987 and MS 1985, alumni, Colege of Forest Resources


Ways that urbanites can turn their waste into compost
The Washington Post 6/22/2010
Sally Brown, Research Associate Professor, soil science


UW's new Environment College: just for the believers?
Crosscut, 6/24/2010
-and-
Green School: New UW college focuses on the environment
Seattle PI, 6/15/2010
Lisa Graumlich, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1985


Grizzly bear shot dead after hiker mauled to death near Yellowstone National Park
New York Daily News, 6/21/2010
Chris Servheen, alumnus, MS, College of Forest Resources, 1975


UW researchers look for greener way to grow grass
Seattle Times, 6/3/2010
Rob Harrison, Professor, soil science


Green Cities Research Alliance: USDA Forest Service/University of Washington
WA Department of Natural Resources Tree Link News Bulletin, June 2010
Kathy Wolf, Research Scientist; and Remote Sensing and Geospatial Analysis Laboratory


That crow attacking you isn't crazy — it's an anxious parent
Seattle Times, 5/31/2010
John Marzluff, Professor, wildlife science


Lead found at ex-target site, EPA reports; Salt Creek park safe, agency says
Peninsula Daily News, 5/31/2010
Kathy Parker, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1982


UW Water Center to close this summer
UW Daily, 5/28/2010
Bob Edmonds, Professor, forest health; Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology; Debbie Livingstone, program manager


UW, tribal partnership to develop Pacific Northwest bioenergy
University Week, 5/27/2010
UW Bionergy IGERT; Tom Hinckley, Interim Director and Professor, forest ecology; Laurel James and Steve Rigdon, SFR graduate students;L. Monika Moskal, Professor, remote sensing and geospatial analysis; Don Motanic,alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1978; John Perez-Garcia, Professor, forest economica; Phil Rigdon, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1996


Nature reserve recovers after multiple fires
Othello Outlook, 5/25/2010
Matt Davies, Research Associate


Fluff is survival tactic for a tough species: cottonwood
Seattle Times, 5/25/2010
Reinhard Stettler, Professor Emeritus, forest genetics


Environment college at UW names dean
Seattle Times, 5/24/2010
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University of Washington environmental school names first dean
Puget Sound Business Journal, 5/24/2010
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UW names Lisa Graumlich first dean of College of the Environment
UW News and Information, 5/24/2010
Lisa Graumlich, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1985


11 surprising natural lessons from Mount St. Helens
Scientific American, 5/19/2010
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Visitors gather to remember May 18
The Columbian, 5/18/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology
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Mount St. Helens still recovering 30 years later
Live Science, 5/18/2010
Tom Hinckley, Interim Director and Professor, forest ecology
-and-
Eruption shaped modern ecological, forestry practices
Longview Daily News, 5/17/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology; Peter Frenzen, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1980
-and-
The future of Mount St. Helens 30 years later
-and-
Species by species, a habitat takes shape
Seattle Times, 5/15/2010
Peter Frenzen, alumnus, BS, College of Forest Resources, 1980


Protecting Ponderosas: Residents tour forest thinning site
Ashland Daily Tidings, 5/17/2010
Marty Main, alumnus, MFR, College of Forest Resources, 1996


UW Discoveries: Biofuels
UW Story video, 5/17/2010
UW Bioenergy IGERT; Steve Rigdon, SFR graduate student


Coming together: 2010 Tribal Leadership Summit on May 14
University Week, 5/13/2010
Laurel James, MS student, School of Forest Resources


Biomass energy business may be powering up
Longview Daily News, 5/8/2010
Rick Gustafson, Professor, bioresource science and engineering


Botanists race to record Arboretum species in Seattle's first bioblitz
Seattle Times, 5/22/2010
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BioBlitz paints picture of arboretum
UW Daily, 5/21/2010
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Who else lives in Seattle? 'Bioblitz' coming May 21
Seattle PI blog, 5/10/2010
Karen Dvornich, Nature Mapping Program
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Scrutinize arboretum's plants, critters, crawlies as part of city's first 'bioblitz'
UW News and Information, 5/6/2010
Karen Dvornich, NatureMapping Program; and Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


The scientist: James Lassoie
The Cornell Daily Sun, 5/5/2010
James Lassoie, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, PhD 1975, BS 1968


Experts list: Lessons from Mount St. Helens being applied today
UW News and Information, 5/3/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology; Tom Hinckley, Professor, forest ecology Mark Swanson, alumnus, PhD 2006, BS 1997, College of Forest Resources


Douglas fir killings, who would do such a thing?
Green River Community College Current, 4/30/2010
Dick Hopkins, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, BS 1972


Research shows part of Alaska inundated by ancient megafloods
UW News and Information, 4/28/2010
Michael Wiedmer, PhD student, forest ecology


The plot thickens: Seattle takes to urban farming and then some
Seattle PI, April 22, 2010
Jason Niebler, alumnus, College of Forest Resources, MS 2003


Creating a map of the urban forest: One tree at a time
Wired Science, 4/21/2010
Katlheen Wolf, Research Scientist


A conversation with Nalini Nadkarni, "queen of canopy research"
Under the Microscope, 4/19/2010
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Bringing them back: Restoring willdlife habitat on the Duwamish River
You Tube video, 4/11/2010
Jennifer Leach, alumna, MS 2007, BS 2004; and Kara Whittaker, alumna, PhD 2007, alumni, College of Forest Resources


Local volunteers help restore park
KATU-TV (Portland, OR), 4/11/2010
Morgan Holen, alumnus, BS 2001, College of Forest Resources


Traumatized trees: Bug them enough, they get fired up
UW News and Information, 4/9/2010
Dave Peterson, Professor, forest ecology and US Forest Service Research Biologist; Jim Agee, Emeritus Professsor, forest ecology; Elaine Oneil, Research Associate; Jeremy Littell, alumnus, PhD 2006, College of Forest Resources


Caring for the rarest of the rare
Arboretum Foundation Bulletin, Spring 2010
Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology; Rare Plant Care and Conservation Program


Arboretum launches next phase of Pacific Connections Garden project
University Week, 4/8/2010
Fred Hoyt, co-Associate Director, UW Botanic Gardens; Washington Park Arboretum


Pacific Rim Institute eyes prairie purchase
Whidbey News Times, 4/2/2010
Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, restoration ecology


Is burning wood the green way to healthier state forests?
Crosscut, 3/31/2010
Brian Boyle, Northwest Environmental Forum


Tree canopy scientist honored
redOrbit, 3/27/10
Nalini Nadkarni, Affiliate Associate Professor, alumna, PhD, College of Forest Resources, 1983


Volunteers learn about threatened gray squirrel
Wenatchee World, 3/22/2010
Katy Stuart, SFR graduate student; Peter Morrison, alumnus, MS 1984, College of Forest Resources


Conservation professor applies his science to national parks
Chronicle of Higher Education, 3/7/2010
Gary Machlis, alumnus, MS 1975, College of Forest Resources


Cougar reports unnerve some in north county
Everett Herald, 3/6/2010
Brian Kertson, PhD student, wildlife science


Top 10 gas-storing national parks are in Northwest, study says
Tacoma News Tribune, 3/5/2010
Jerry Franklin, Professor, forest ecology


Chopping, sawing and sitting around: Film shows life in Pack Forest in 1949
University Week, 2/25/2010
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Thousands of acres to roam (with Fido) at Pack Forest
Seattle Times, 2/24/2010
C.L. Pack Experimental Forest


Group fights Weyerhaeuser's use of 'green' certification
Seattle Times 2/21/2010
Cassie Phillips, alumna, BS 1976, College of Forest Resources


'Conservation Colloquium' planned March 3
University Week, 2/18/2010
Jon Bakker, Assistant Professor, restoration ecology


New Web Site Showcases UW Energy-Related Research
University Week, 2/18/2010
Sharon Doty, Associate Professor, bioresource sciences


The Washington Park Arboretum is a living, giving treasure
Seattle Times, 2/6/2010
Randall Hitchin, Plant Collections, UW Botanic Gardens


Water hits and sticks: Findings challenge a century of assumptions about soil hydrology
Science Daily, 1/23/2010
Renee Brooks, alumna, MS 1987, PHD 1993, College of Forest Resources


Legal pyro: How a fireline grunt torched her way to the top
High Country News, 1/11/2010
Jeanne Pincha-Tulley, alumna, BS 1980, College of Forest Resources


UW Insight: Climate Change
University of Washington You Tube Videos, 1/15/2010
Elaine Oneil, Research Associate and alumnus, PhD 2006, MS 2003, College of Forest Resources; and Sarah Reichard, Associate Professor, conservation biology


In winter gardens, a marriage of botany and stark beauty
New York Times, 1/8/2010
Scot Medbury, alumnus, MS 1990, College of Forest Resources


Behind Weyerhaeuser's move to REIT-hood
Crosscut, 1/4/2010
SFR Report to Legislature on Retention of Washington's Forest Lands


How green is my campus? Colleges woo students with environmental initiatives
Seattle Times, 1/1/2010
Tyler Dierks, alumnus, BS 2002, College of Forest Resources


Buddhist community enjoys healthier forest, thanks to WSU Natural Resource Sciences students
Washington State University Department of Natural Resource Sciences website
Mark Swanson, alumnus, PhD 2006, BS 1997, College of Forest Resources


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