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NC State gateway at sunset - Grant Will Fund Climate Resilience Strategies for Frontline Communities in the Carolinas - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Sep 22, 2021

Grant Will Fund Climate Resilience Strategies for Frontline Communities in the Carolinas

NC State leads a multi-institutional effort to develop climate resilience solutions in frontline communities in the Carolinas. 

mosquitofish - Human-Driven Habitat Change Leads to Physical, Behavioral Change in Mosquitofish - Forestry and Environmental Resources Department at NC State

Jul 7, 2021

Human-Driven Habitat Change Leads to Physical, Behavioral Change in Mosquitofish

Human-caused habitat change drives changes in behavior and brain size in Bahamian mosquitofish. 

A great blue heron and turtles along a body of water - Ecology Wildlife Foundation Establishes Three Funds to Support Conservation Research - Forestry and Environmental Resources Department at NC State

May 31, 2021

Ecology Wildlife Foundation Establishes Three Funds to Support Conservation Research

The Ecology Wildlife Foundation Fund has established three new funds that will support an undergraduate scholarship, graduate fellowship and distinguished professorship in the College of Natural Resources. The undergraduate scholarship and graduate fellowship will support students majoring in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology. The distinguished professorship will support a professor in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, with preference given to faculty with active research in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology focused on global change and wildlife conservation. 

Sirena Rowe hugs a teammate at the NCAA championships in Greensboro - Strong Finish - Forestry and Environmental Resources Department at NC State

May 7, 2021

Strong Finish

Sirena Rowe, who helped NC State win an NCAA swimming relay title, recounts the highs and lows of her time in college. She graduates with a passion to help others and an eye on the Tokyo Olympics. 

Ben Zino with a snake - CNR Student Ben Zino is Promoting Wildlife Conservation One Video at a Time - Forestry and Environmental Resources Department at NC State

Apr 26, 2021

CNR Student Ben Zino is Promoting Wildlife Conservation One Video at a Time

Ben Zino is a junior majoring in fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology. Zino is also a Park Scholar and minoring in environmental education. His passion for conservation led him to create The Wild Report, a YouTube channel with over 23,000 subscribers that highlights various wildlife species and promotes local conservation efforts. 

Steel tanks inside New Belgium's brewery in Asheville, NC - Old Tuffy to Feature New NC&#160 State Connection - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Mar 2, 2021

Old Tuffy to Feature New NC State Connection

New Belgium Brewing taps a fourth-generation alum to provide malts for their Wolfpack-branded beer. 

Feb 15, 2021

Annoucing the Inaugural 2021 STIR Impact Scholars

After a competitive process, twelve members of the NC State faculty and staff community were selected for the inaugural Spring 2021 Impact Scholars cohort as part of the Strengthening The Impact of Research (STIR) program. The selected scholars demonstrated their current and potential for future contributions to the University's broader impact mission. 

Mountain forest - Cost of Planting, Protecting Trees to Fight Climate Change Could Jump -Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Dec 1, 2020

Cost of Planting, Protecting Trees to Fight Climate Change Could Jump

A new analysis estimates the cost of preserving and planting trees to hit global emissions reductions targets. 

Christmas tree farm - Christmas Trees: Here's The Scoop on North Carolina's Crop - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Nov 24, 2020

Christmas Trees: Here’s The Scoop on North Carolina’s Crop

North Carolina’s Christmas tree growers are prepared to meet high demand from consumers this year, according to an expert from NC State. 

Cardinal - Noise and Light Pollution Impact Songbird Reproduction - Forestry and Environmental Resources NC State University

Nov 11, 2020

Noise and Light Pollution Impact Songbird Reproduction

Noise and light pollution increases were linked to changes in factors important to songbird reproduction, researchers found in a new study.