woodsidg [at] oregonstate.edu
Strand Agriculture Hall
Strand Agriculture Hall 118
Research Interest: Subsistence landscape restoration, Elk behavior and movement, and Creating partnerships between Western and Traditional Science.
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.