Brandy Saffell

I am a Program Coordinator for Oregon State University Extension in Columbia County. I have a Bachelors Degree in Environmental Science from Florida State University, where I focused on the effects of land use change on the growth of southern pine species. I also earned a Masters of Forest Ecosystems and Society from Oregon State University, where I conducted research on the impacts of Swiss Needle Cast on several aspects of Douglas-fir physiology. I currently develop and coordinate the Oregon Forest Pest Detector and Oregon Master Naturalist programs. I also assist with Master Woodland Manager activities and other Extension programs in Columbia, Washington, and Yamhill Counties.

forestry invasive species forest health forest invasive species tree health plant identification emerald ash borer tree biology forest pathology swiss needle cast asian longhorned beetle tree physiology

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