The Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources is recognized worldwide for our cutting-edge research. Our efforts not only lead to new breakthroughs in industry practices, they serve as a valuable training ground for students interested in working on the frontline of their chosen fields. Our innovative ideas and projects lead to sustainable real-world solutions and solidify us as the go-to place to solve natural resources challenges.
Environmental Science and Technology
We are working to understand and address the economic, social, political and environmental impact of human interactions with nature.
Our research examines the impacts human activity have on both natural and urban ecosystems, and their critical role in forest pest epidemiology.
We use a variety of tools to enhance and restore forest ecosystems and increase their productivity and economic value to landowners.
Our research fortifies forestry sciences that inform conservation, ensure productive management and foster the development of new silvicultural systems.
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Nov 18, 2020
Global Change Fellow Tira Beckham is Addressing Socio-Political Barriers to Climate Resilience
As a Global Change Fellow, Beckham hopes to promote equitable governance and communication with vulnerable communities.
Nov 13, 2020
Global Change Fellow Kathryn Jewell Wants to Increase Collaboration in Wildlife Conservation
Jewell is a master's student studying fisheries, wildlife and conservation biology. Her research focuses on the human dimensions of wildlife management, with a goal of increasing collaboration in solving wildlife...