The Port Orford Field Station is an OSU research and education facility located just south of Cape Blanco on the windswept southern coast of Oregon.
(map) The station serves as a hub supporting student learning, scientific research, community priorities, and economic opportunities, and aims to foster coastal stewardship and sustainability by supporting access to the region’s unique marine and terrestrial ecosystem.
You can learn more about 3D printing on the OSU Libraries help pages. The 16,000 acre Andrews Forest is home to magnificent old-growth Douglas-fir/western hemlock forests, young Douglas-fir forests, and rushing mountain streams.
Tag a Joe to remind them they have a day off Lent today!
The feast of St Joseph (like that of St Patrick) is another opportunity for us to take a joyful "pause" from the discipline of Lent.
*This year the Solemnity of St Joseph has been transferred from 19 March (due to Sunday taking precedence) to Monday 20 March.
The Ospreycam is deployed 200 ft up in an adjacent tree, powered by solar panels and linked to Andrews Forest Headquarters by a series of radios.
Check out the Andrews Forest website for more information and additional cameras.
This webcam is mounted on Weniger Hall pointing East down Monroe Avenue.