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Female worker inspects solar panels.

Jun 6, 2024

Building the Renewable Energy Workforce of the Future

A new program aims to enhance the workforce development pipeline for North Carolina students and improve the representation of minorities in the renewable energy sector.

The Jefferson monument in Washington, D.C. framed by a spectacular cherry blossom display. Focus on the monument background.

Apr 8, 2024

Removal of DC’s Cherry Blossoms Reflects Troubling Future For Coastal Forests

“It’s a great example of where people can see the effects of sea level rise and what’s happening all over the East Coast,” says NC State expert Marcelo Ardón.

A pollen cloud floating in the air.

Apr 1, 2024

Seasonal Allergies Are Back, But Don’t Blame All Trees For Your Pollen Problems

Certain trees produce more pollen than others, according to NC State professor Robert Bardon.

Tom and Priscilla Terry standing with Dean Myron Floyd.

Feb 29, 2024

NC State Couple Donates Land for Natural Resources Education

Tom and Priscilla Terry have donated 138 acres of land to the College of Natural Resources for education and research in forest management.

Snow on tree branch - How Trees Survive in Winter - Forestry and Environmental Resources at NC State University

Feb 15, 2024

How Trees Survive in Winter

Trees have developed a number of adaptations over the centuries to endure freezing temperatures, heavy snow and strong winds.

Atlantic Forest in Brazil - 3 Reasons Why Forest Carbon Offsets Don't Always Work - Forestry and Environmental Resources at NC State University

Jan 31, 2024

3 Reasons Why Forest Carbon Offsets Don’t Always Work

The success of a forest carbon offset project ultimately relies on its ability to conserve forests — a difficult task in today’s world.

Raccoon walking in snow - As Arctic Blast Spreads Across US, Wildlife Endure Frigid Conditions - Forestry and Environmental Resources at NC State University

Jan 19, 2024

As Arctic Blast Spreads Across US, Wildlife Endure Frigid Conditions

Wildlife have lived through extreme weather conditions for hundreds of thousands of years, evolving behavioral and physical adaptations to survive.

An aerial view of a forest in the fall - Fall Foliage in North Carolina: What to Expect This Year - Forestry and Environmental Resources at NC State University

Sep 22, 2023

Fall Foliage in North Carolina: What to Expect This Year

Fall foliage could peak as early as mid-October in North Carolina, according to NC State forestry expert Robert Bardon.

Sep 1, 2023

How Wildfires Impact Wildlife

Wildfires can not only wreak havoc on human communities, but they can also affect wildlife and their habitats.

Jul 25, 2023

Natural Resources Students Raise Awareness of Ghost Forests

A project led by NC State students is helping to educate the state’s coastal communities about the significance of ghost forests.