Fish and Wildlife Habitat in Managed Forests

The mission of the program is to provide new information about fish and wildlife habitat within Oregon's actively managed forests through research, technology transfer, and service activities. Current priorities for new program activities favor those that contribute to the scientific information base that supports the Oregon Forest Practices Act and also Oregon's actively managed federal forest lands. The goals are to provide the information needed by forest managers to guide responsible stewardship of fish and wildlife habitat resources consistent with land management objectives, and by policy makers to establish and evaluate informed forest policy and regulations.

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Fish, Wildlife, Silviculture
Principal Investigator: 
Dr. Steven D. Tesch
Key People: 

Steven D. Tesch

Director of Research, College of Forestry Research Office, 109D Richardson Hall, Corvallis, Oregon 97331-5751.  Phone 541-737-2222 Fax 541-737-3008 Email: