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Jan 27, 2023

Cassi Shires: Diving in to North Carolina Marine Fisheries

I held on to the rain-soaked handrails as tightly as I could, adrenaline pumping through my system as we motored back to the dock to escape the storm. In that… 

Jan 19, 2023

Student Innovation Curbs Oral Hygiene Pollution

Written by Sydney Griggs and Dr. Eli Typhina Nobody thinks that something as small as a toothbrush could be detrimental to our planet.  However, we discard billions of plastic toothbrushes… 

Rhiannon - Rhiannon See: A Summer of Photography, Writing, and Lemurs! -Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Jan 13, 2023

Rhiannon See: A Summer of Photography, Writing, and Lemurs!

The first day of my internship at the Duke Lemur Center was unlike any other first day at a new job I have ever experienced. I began the day with… 

Falls Lake at sunset - Forests Can Help Manage Water as Raleigh Area Grows, Climate Warms - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Jan 10, 2023

Forests Can Help Manage Water as Raleigh Area Grows, Climate Warms

Riparian buffers could help maintain water levels in parts of the Upper Neuse River Watershed, a study found. 

Jan 5, 2023

FER Chainsaw Workshop

The NCSU Extension Forestry team offered a Basic Chainsaw Safety Course at the Hill Forest on December 2, 2022. The day-long workshop was supported by the Department of Forestry and… 

Jan 3, 2023

NC State Professor Ivana Mali Named Distinguished Scholar for Conservation Biology

Mali’s research examines how reptile and amphibian populations respond to anthropogenic stressors such as climate change, unregulated harvesting regimes and habitat degradation. 

Forest burned in high-severity wildfire - Bird Diversity Increased in Severely Burned Forests of Southern Appalachian Mountains - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Dec 16, 2022

Bird Diversity Increased in Severely Burned Forests of Southern Appalachian Mountains

New study results could help forest managers better predict bird responses to wildfire. 

Mountain forest - Timber Demand Could Help Save Forests - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Dec 14, 2022

Timber Demand Could Help Save Forests

Increasing global demand for timber products and paying landowners to store carbon in their trees could help to save forests, a recent study found. 

Ridge Road Park -Eben Preston: Invasive Plant Specialist with Raleigh Parks - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Dec 12, 2022

Eben Preston: Invasive Plant Specialist with Raleigh Parks

Everyone enjoys a lovely trip to Anderson Point Park, Lake Johnson or any of the other wonderful parks the city of Raleigh has to offer, but did you know that… 

Dec 8, 2022

New Facility to Produce First Crop of Genetically-Improved Christmas Trees

NC State researchers are one step closer to harvesting the first crop of genetically-improved Fraser firs for growers to plant in their own fields.