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Oct 3, 2023

Seen in Science

NC State students have launched a nonprofit to address concerns of researchers from marginalized communities. 

Sep 27, 2023

Best Dates and Times To See the Fall Leaves

Leaf peeping begins in October in the North Carolina mountains and spreads across the state through November, according to NC State professor Robert Bardon. 

Sep 27, 2023

NC Fall Foliage: When Leaves Will Reach Their Peak Color

ABC 11
"Peak color in North Carolina varies. In the mountains it'll start around mid-October in the very upper elevations," said Robert Bardon, a professor of forestry and environmental resources at NC State. 

Sep 22, 2023

Plant These Trees To See A Burst of Fall Colors in the Wilmington Area

Wilmington Star-News
Robert Bardon of NC State University explains, "Variations in leaf colors are due to the mixing of varying amounts of the chlorophyll and other pigments in the leaf during the fall season." 

woolly adelgid

Sep 20, 2023

Canopy Gaps Help Eastern Hemlock Outlast Invasive Insect

Gaps in the forest canopy help eastern hemlocks withstand infestation by the woolly adelgid. 

Sep 19, 2023

Factors For Finding the Best Fall Foliage In NC

Spectrum News
Robert Bardon, the associate dean for extension and professor of forestry and environmental resources at NC State University, said fall colors will begin in higher elevations toward the end of September. 

Portrait of Jason Delborne.

Sep 19, 2023

Natural Resources Professor Named AAAS Science and Technology Policy Fellow

Jason Delborne will spend a year as a staff scientist in the National Nanotechnology Coordination Office under the White House Office of Science and Technology Policy. 

Sep 19, 2023

New Research Shows Canopy Gaps Promote Hemlock Health

Morning Ag Clips
Findings shows that when a gap is created around a hemlock by removing other trees, hemlocks exhibit greater new growth. 

Sep 18, 2023

See This Pattern On Leaves? It Could Be An Invasive Insect

PIX11 News
The elm zigzag sawfly is currently considered a quarantine pest, meaning the U.S. Department of Agriculture has to confirm each new reported detection in individual counties, according to Kelly Oten, an assistant professor and extension specialist at NC State University. 

NC State students in Namibia

Sep 8, 2023

We’re Hiring Student Photographers

The Communications Office at NC State's College of Natural Resources is now hiring student photographers for the 2023-24 academic year.