Skip to main content

Andrew Moore

Drone View of Morning Clouds over Blue Ridge Mountains

Oct 3, 2022

What a Post-Pandemic Future Looks Like for NC’s Forestry Sector

NC State expert Rajan Parajuli examines whether the state's forestry sector can recover after experiencing a $2 billion loss in total economic output in 2020. 

Bronze wolf sculptures near the free expression tunnel

Sep 20, 2022

These NC State Students Are Tomorrow’s Climate Leaders

Three students from the College of Natural Resources have been named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program at NC State. 

NC State student Alexandra Hays

Sep 20, 2022

Meet KIETS Climate Leaders Scholar Alexandra Hays

Hays is one of three students in the College of Natural Resources to be named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program. 

NC State alumnus Melinda Martinez samples methane in the water at Cypress Creek National Wildlife Refuge in Illinois.

Sep 13, 2022

Forestry Alumni Melinda Martinez Recognized with Sulzman Award

Martinez '21 received the award for her study exploring greenhouse gas emissions in ghost forests. 

Sep 12, 2022

Meet KIETS Climate Leaders Scholar Rhianna Absher

Absher is one of three students in the College of Natural Resources to be named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program. 

NC State student Sonia Preisser

Sep 9, 2022

Meet KIETS Climate Leaders Scholar Sonia Preisser

Preisser is one of three students in the College of Natural Resources to be named to the 2022 cohort of the KIETS Climate Leaders Program. 

NC State professor Fikret Isik examines saplings inside a greenhouse at NC State.

Sep 8, 2022

Forestry Professor Fikret Isik Named Fulbright Scholar

Isik will spend nearly a year conducting research on and teaching about quantitative genetics and breeding at the University of Pretoria's Future Africa campus. 

Blue Ridge Parkway tunnel near Asheville, North Carolina during autumn

Sep 7, 2022

Fall Foliage Outlook 2022: When Will the Leaves Change in North Carolina?

North Carolinians can expect to see the usual hues of orange, yellow, red and purple on trees as they visit leaf-peeping destinations across the state this year. 

Bright orange flame and smoke in black gray and white while hillside burns during California Woolsey fire

Aug 29, 2022

Climate Change is Making Wildfires Worse — Here’s How

Much of the United States is expected to face increased wildfire risk as greenhouse gas emissions continue to rise. 

wood

Aug 1, 2022

5 Benefits of Building with Cross-Laminated Timber

NC State expert Steve Kelley breaks down the benefits of using cross-laminated timber for construction —from fire resistance and seismic durability to carbon sequestration.