According to new study published in PLOS ONE, major forest loss and die-offs can have far-flung impacts on climate and vegetation.
MSU Forestry master's student Daphna Gadoth-Goodman won third place for her poster during the 2016 National Society of American Foresters Convention in Madison, Wisc.
CANR Dean Ron Hendrick, administrative staffers from the CANR as well as students from the MSU student chapter of the US Green Building Council will hold office hours in Sparty's Cabin from 8:30 a.m.-5 p.m., Friday, Nov. 18.
MSU Department of Forestry Associate Professor Mike Walters talks with Michigan Public Radio and the Environment Report about how deer are impacting forest diversity.
MSU Forestry freshman Mia White shares why she attended the 2016 Sustainable Forestry Initiative Conference.
The Department of Forestry at Michigan State University invites applicants for a nineâ€month tenure system position at the assistant professor rank with a focus in forest policy.
"Climate change is the most compelling global issue of this and future centuries," says David Cleaves, the former climate change advisor to the U.S. Forest Service.
The MSU Shadows Collection and the Sustainable Wood Recovery Initiative has been featured throughout the media in August and September. Here is a collection of those stories...
The Department of Forestry at Michigan State University is seeking a full-time Academic Specialist to oversee undergraduate programs.
Undergraduate Advisor Lesley Schumacher is leaving MSU Forestry to pursue a PhD program in Nematology at the University of Florida. We wish her the best as she takes this next step!
Two years ahead of schedule, Michigan's forest products industry has achieved its goal of contributing $20 billion per year to the state's economy, Gov. Rick Snyder announced during a stop at the Besse Forest Products Group facility in Gladstone.
Each summer Kellogg Biological Station Long-term Ecological Research supports students who participate in the Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REU) program, funded by the NSF.
A revised edition of The Forests of Michigan by MSU Department of Forestry Professor Emeritus Donald Dickmann and Associate Professor Larry Leefers released summer 2016.
College of Agriculture and Natural Resources researchers Mike Walters and Gary Roloff are teaming up to study ways to increase sustainability and diversity of Michigan's valuable northern hardwood forests.
Professor Emeritus Don Dickmann was recently recognized with the MSU Faculty Emeriti Association Award for Outstanding Contributions by an Individual.