Can Parks Help Cities Fight Crime?
A study of green space and parks in the 300 largest U.S. cities reveals what helps lower the risk of crime.
Attendance Trends Threaten Future Operations of America’s State Park Systems
Visitation to parks and protected areas across the United States has increased substantially over the past half-century.
Military Student Brings Lawmakers and Veterans Together Outdoors to Create Change
U.S. Army Captain Matthew Arevian is bringing stakeholders together to show the impact of the outdoors to veterans.
Can a Hands-on Model Help Forest Stakeholders Fight Tree Disease?
Ross Meentemeyer and fellow researchers offer Tangible Landscape, an interactive model that allows participants to try different solutions to help stop sudden tree death.
A Fond Farewell to Four Faculty
We are celebrating and honoring the many years of leadership and dedication from four faculty members who are retiring this academic year.
Graduation to Vocation: Managing Philanthropic Events
College of Natural Resources graduate Ellison Lambert wants to help others by organizing events and fundraisers for non-profits.
Climate Education for Kids Increases Climate Concerns for Parents
Researchers in the College of Natural Resources worked with middle school teachers to track how students influenced their parents' opinions on climate change.
One Student’s Mission to Make Basketball Inclusive for All
College of Natural Resources graduate, Cal Maxwell, founded Spirit League for basketball players with special needs.
Graduation to Vocation: Online Master’s Crucial to Career in Tourism Marketing
Taira Landavere will use her online masters in her role as director of marketing for a tourism organization.
Fulbright Scholar Carla Barbieri to Study Agritourism in Spain
Beginning in September, Barbieri will spend four months at the University of Alicante studying the entrepreneurial success of farmers.