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Pretty psyched about the coverage we've gotten on this announcement. History is important.

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Happy holidays from all of us at Oregon State. Here's a little treat. Don't say we never got you anything.

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Talk about a vertical garden!
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It's chilly in the Willamette Valley this morning!
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I lovely visual tribute to the state of Oregon.
YES! Finally! The timelapse video I've been obsessing over is finally finished! "Finding Oregon" is shot entirely in Oregon and features my favorite starry night timelapse shots we've done this year. I ask a simple favor, give it a watch :-) This is my blood, sweat and tears of 2011.
Let me know what you think!
http://vimeo.com/32852978

If you're curious about how it was done or what it takes, you can find an informative Q/A and behind the scenes pics over here:
http://ecosalon.com/exclusive-video-oregon-nature-timelapse-434/

On a different note, my apologies to my absence here on G+. It's been a nutso month online. Gmail was hacked, G+ account deleted, my photography hard drive crashed, and then I've been obsessively working on this video in between working hours. It's had the combining effect to make me withdraw and protectively focus on the tasks at hand. Now that this is finished, I will be painstakingly be re-circling all you awesome people out there and getting back up on the G+ horse.

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Learn about the art and science of growing and caring for plants in this highly useful and popular course. The class starts Jan. 9, so don't let someone else take your spot.

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On a dreary Oregon day, a little color -- and promise of spring -- is a welcome sight.

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If you live in a coastal area, you'll want to check out this information.
New, interactive maps pinpointing how and where a tsunami might flood the Oregon and Washington coastlines – and the closest uphill evacuation spots – are online now at NANOOS, the Northwest Association of Networked Ocean Observing Systems.
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