Greg Ettl is a forest ecologist who studies, broadly, the impacts that harvesting has on forest ecosystems. He works to design harvest practices that are worthwhile to the harvester, and also enhance wildlife habitat and help to restore historic forest conditions. His current research focuses on the interface between forest management and the delivery of ecosystem services in the Pacific Northwest, and through his graduate students’ work in Chile, Mexico, Ghana, and Venezuela. He is the Associate Director of the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences, Corkery Family Chair, Director of the Stand Management Cooperative and Director of the Center for Sustainable Forestry at the Pack Forest, UW’s 4,300-acre experimental forest.