UW professors win award for study of Oso landslide

bryanNEWS

Congratulations are in order for two University of Washington professors who published a report about the causes of the 2014 Oso landslide. Joseph Wartman, associate professor of civil and environmental engineering, and David Montgomery, professor of Earth and space sciences, were part of a 7-person team from the Geotechnical Extreme Events Reconnaissance Association (GEER) that just won the Geological Society … Read More

Wash. leaders celebrate 75th anniversary of first U.S. tree farm

Acquire DigitalNEWS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – June 15, 2015 Contact: Tammie Perreault, Washington Tree Farm Program, 360-515-1340 Washington political and forestry leaders celebrate 75th anniversary of first U.S. tree farm GRAYS HARBOR – U.S. Rep. Derek Kilmer and Tom Martin, President of the American Forest Foundation, will be among the elected officials and other leaders celebrating the 75th Anniversary of America’s first … Read More

U.S. Decision on Fisher Recognizes Landowner Partnerships

Acquire DigitalNEWS

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – April 15, 2016 Contact: Sara Duncan, 503-371-2942, ​sara@ofic.com Cindy Mitchell, 360-791-9372, ​cmitchell@wfpa.org Lindsay VanLaningham, 916-899-4517, ​lindsayv@calforests.org US Fish & Wildlife Service Decision on Fisher Recognizes Landowner Partnerships On April 14, 2016, the United States Fish & Wildlife Service (the “Service”) concluded that west coast populations of fisher are not facing extinction and recognized that collaborative voluntary … Read More