Hood and generations of our families continue to come back to this special place: an experience we’re committed to sharing with our guests.
The Valley Library 3D Printers are for the use of OSU students, faculty, and staff and were paid for by donations.
These buildings will support teaching and research in Animal and Rangeland Sciences, General Agriculture and Agricultural Education and the outreach effort of the College of Agricultural Sciences.
There will be a multipurpose building containing teaching classrooms and laboratories, a farm shop and an animal research facility at the site.
Many people plan their visits to coincide with octopus feeding times, and they love to watch and learn more about these intelligent, curious animals.
Check out the Octo Cam website for more information and additional cameras.
The nest is located on the broken top of an old-growth Douglas fir tree, about 180 ft above Lookout Creek.
The building is expected to be complete in Spring 2018.
The Bend Science Station provides science education for Central Oregon's youth in Kindergarten through 12th grade.
Since it was founded in 2002, the Bend Science Station has been inspiring children with its innovative hands-on science classes and camps. Andrews Forest Flood Cam The Andrews Forest is focused on a logjam on a section of Lookout Creek approximately 2 miles upstream from its confluence with Blue River.
By combining critical thinking skills with inquiry-based learning, students learn in a unique, highly motivating environment. During periods of heavy rain in the winter, Lookout Creek is transformed from a clear stream to a muddy torrent.
Established in 1948, the Andrews Forest is administered cooperatively by the US Forest Service Pacific Northwest Research Station, OSU, and the Willamette National Forest.