Sea Level Rise is Unlocking Decades-Old Pollution
Marcelo Ardon, Forestry and Environmental Resources Assistant Professor, discusses on the impact of sea level rise and saltwater intrusion on pollutants already found in the water and soil.
Faculty and Staff Share Their Hopes for the New Year
Forestry and Environmental Resources faculty join other NC State faculty sharing their 2018 plans.
‘Gene Drives’ Are Too Risky for Field Trials, Scientists Say
Jason Delborne, Associate Professor of Forestry and Environmental Resources, discusses the limitations of CRISPR gene drives and mosquitoes.
N.C. Bioenergy Research Initiative announces 2017-2018 grant recipients
The Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources receives four of 11 N.C. Bioenergy Research Initiative grants.
New Model Warns About CRISPR Gene Drives in the Wild
Jason Delborne, Forestry and Environmental Resources Associate Professor, discusses potential risks of CRISPR gene drive field tests.
Genetically Engineering the Natural World, it Turns Out, Could Be a Disaster
Forestry and Environmental Resources Associate Professor Jason Delborne discusses the potential risks of CRISPR gene drives with Gizmodo.
Using Genetics to Make a More Perfect Christmas Tree
Professor and Christmas Tree Geneticist John Frampton and researchers in Molecular Tree Breeding Lab collaborate with Washington State University scientists to map the Christmas Tree genome.
The ‘Camera Trap Queen’ Who Shares Remote Wildlife With the World
Fisheries, Wildlife and Conservation Biology alumna Asia Best works as an ecologist in Madagascar and considers herself the 'Camera Trap Queen.'
Can Bears And People Coexist? Scientists Find Answers With Asheville Study
Forestry and Environmental Resources Professor Chris DePerno believes that black bears and people can coexist quite well together in an urban environment like Asheville.
Ash Seeds key to Protection of Trees
Robert Jetton, Camcore Research Associate Professor, and Andy Whittier, Camcore Research Associate, are working to restore ash forest resources, by breeding and deploying EAB-resistant stock. To do this, they are collecting a lot of seeds.