Gail Woodside

Instructor, Graduate Student
Gail.Woodside [at]

Office: 541-737-1338

Strand Agriculture Hall

Strand Agriculture Hall 118

170 SW Waldo Place

170 SW Waldo Place
Corvallis, OR 97331

Gail J. Woodside is a large landscape aridland ecologist and Traditional Knowledge Specialist.  She is interested in subsistence landscape restoration, elk behavior and movement, and creating partnerships between Western and Traditional science.  She is a member of the Advisory Board the Native American Longhouse, as well as a founding member of OSU's Biannual Traditional Knowledge conferences.  She currently teaches AG 301.

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Affiliated with: 
Wildlife Science
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Academic Interests: 

1. Vulnerability of traditional women's foods, medicinals, and product plants to climate change on the Olympic Peninsula, WA: Management projections and implications for tribal perspectives on Usual and Accustomed gathering areas
2. Changes in Non-Migratory Roosevelt Elk (Cervus elaphus roosevelti) Movement Patterns Within Usual and Accustomed Boundaries of S’klallam Ceded Lands and their connection with Indigenous Womens Subsistence Gathering.

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