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A Quiet Invasion: Managing Juniper in Eastern Oregon

Scientists, land managers, ranchers, and others discuss the effects of western juniper encroachment on the Eastern Oregon landscape, and the need for active management.

The Quiet Invasion. Produced through a collaboration among The Harny County Watershed Council, Burns District Bureau of Land Management, Oregon State University College of Forestry, Harney County Court and Agriculture Research Services. Written by Jeff Hino and Mark Reed.

  • The Quiet Invasion: Main Program. In this series of videos scientists, land managers, ranchers, and others discuss the effects of western juniper encroachment on the Eastern Oregon landscape, and the need for active management. 2007.
  • The Quiet Invasion: A brief overview of the history and ecology of Western juniper. Lecture by Professor Richard Miller. 2007.
  • The Quiet Invasion: Alternate uses for juniper. Ways that juniper is used in various products. 2007.
  • The Quiet Invasion: Ranchers' thoughts on juniper control. 2007.
  • The Quiet Invasion: Tools for managers. 2007.
  • The Quiet Invasion: Contact Information. 2007.