MSU Forester Magazine

MSU Forester Alumni Magazine

  • 2023 Year in Review

    Published on February 6, 2024
    An update from the department chair, news from Baker Woodlot, the year in numbers, new faces in the department, and more!

  • Connecting Across the Globe

    Published on August 1, 2023
    An update from the department chair, Randy Klevickas wins Jack Breslin award, alum updates, a word from the new FAA president, and details on MSU Forestry's work and connections in Finland, Costa Rica, Africa, and the Amazon.

  • Growing

    Published on January 26, 2023
    The January 2023 edition of the MSU Forester highlights include the largest incoming class in 40 years, new faces in the department, and the 2022 year in review.

  • Emergence

    Published on July 21, 2022
    The July 2022 issue includes department and alumni updates, human dimensions of forests, stewardship forester of the year, alternative spartan break, Ecotek lab at MSU, and more.

  • The Wonders of Wood

    Published on February 1, 2022
    The January 2022 edition of the MSU Forester alumni magazine includes the state of sustainable bioproducts, an alum remembers the professor that changed his life, an update on mass timber @ MSU, new employees, and the year in review.

  • Momentum

    Published on September 20, 2021
    The summer 2021 issue includes alumni updates, the Women’s Forest Congress, a note from the FAA president, a new partnership between community colleges and MSU, introducing a new hybrid online MS program, and an endowment from Don Dickmann.

  • Foundations

    Published on December 22, 2020
    The Fall 2020 edition of the MSU Forester magazine includes news of two new endowments, a letter from the FAA president, welcome to a new faculty member, a forestry alum is elected MSAF chair and the 2020 year in review.

  • Adapting in a Time of Crisis

    Published on June 16, 2020
    The Summer 2020 edition of the MSU Forester takes a look at the impact on students, faculty and staff during the pandemic.

  • Conserve

    Published on March 20, 2020
    The Fall 2019 edition of the alumni magazine features planned endowment and bequests, research on Jack Pine and Kirtland's warbler, an alum's perspective on restoring tropical forests in Panama and an overview of MSU Shadows.

  • Impact

    Published on August 29, 2019
    A forester's perspective on Hurricane Hugo, brothers connecting through forestry, Michigan's first mass timber building and updates from alumni.

  • Changes

    Published on March 18, 2018
    This edition includes a personal note from the department chair, alumni updates, a look into MSU Forestry's programs focused on diversity, equity and inclusion, and Lois Kauffman receives the Francis H. Raymond award.