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Satellite image of ghost forest in North Carolina’s marshy Albemarle-Pamlico Peninsula - Environmental Analysis Course Provides Hands-on Research Experience - College of Natural Resources News - NC State University

May 31, 2022

Environmental Analysis Course Gives Students Hands-on Research Experience

From sea level rise along the North Carolina coastline to the impact of COVID-19 on women in forestry, the course allows students to tackle a variety of environmental challenges. 

Feb 17, 2022

Celebrating Black Excellence: Tira Beckham is Tackling Climate Change

Beckham, a graduate student in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, is studying the socio-political barriers to climate resilience in low-income, rural, inland communities. 

Dec 16, 2021

NC State Partnership Honors Marines Who Fought in Battle of Belleau Wood

Oak saplings, grown by the NC State Cooperative Tree Improvement Program, will be planted on Marine Corps bases and facilities across the country through March 2022. 

Dec 10, 2021

Graduation to Vocation: Courtney Kirberger is Educating for a Sustainable Future

Upon graduation, Courtney Kirberger will continue working as an interpretive ranger at Machicomoco State Park in Virginia. 

Oct 6, 2021

Five Questions with Mollusk Technician Audrey Keen

Keen, who graduated in 2021 with with a bachelor’s degree in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology, is now a technician for the North Carolina Museum of Natural Sciences’ mollusks collection lab. 

Sep 27, 2021

5 Best Places to See Fall Foliage in North Carolina Without the Crowds

From Carvers Creek State Park to Jordan Lake Educational State Forest, North Carolina is home to a variety of crowd-free destinations that are sure to provide a good show of fall color. 

Norman poses and smiles in woods - Forestry Student Overcomes Challenges to Shine as Research Assistant - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 24, 2021

Forestry Student Overcomes Challenges to Shine as Research Assistant

Forestry and Environmental Resources senior Norman Urbanek is a shining example of how hard work, despite the struggles facing many students in today’s pandemic, pays off. 

Mary smiles in front of yellow flowers - Women in Natural Resources: Forestry Professor Mary Watzin - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 19, 2021

Women in Natural Resources: Forestry Professor Mary Watzin

Watzin, a forestry professor in the College of Natural Resources, talks about her professional journey and the challenges she's faced as a female in the field of natural resources. 

Elizabeth poses in Schenck Forest - Women in Natural Resources: Meet Forest Manager Elizabeth Snider - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 9, 2021

Women in Natural Resources: Meet Forest Manager Elizabeth Snider

Snider, forest manager for the College of Natural Resources, talks about her professional journey and the challenges she's faced as a female in the field of natural resources. 

a large section of Christmas trees growing on a hillside outside Boone, North Carolina - North Carolina Christmas Tree Industry Expects a Record Year Despite Coronavirus Concerns - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Dec 16, 2020

North Carolina’s Christmas Tree Industry Expects a Record Year Despite Coronavirus Concerns

The Christmas tree industry is flourishing this year amid the COVID-19 pandemic, with growers and retail lots extensively focusing on social distancing and safety.