Published on June 18, 2020
Professors David Rothstein and Dave MacFarlane took extra measures to ensure students were able to complete the Forestry Field Studies
Published on June 16, 2020
Christian Henry, a Ph.D. candidate in Forestry at Michigan State University (MSU), was elected national graduate student vice president for the 2020-2021 year for Minorities in Agriculture, Natural Resources and Related Sciences (MANRRS).
Published on May 1, 2020
Undergraduate student Thaddeus Swart is featured in the spotlight as he shares many insights including his experience from working in Isle Royale National Park.
Published on April 29, 2020
A grant from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) National Institute of Food and Agriculture (NIFA) will allow Michigan State University (MSU) researchers to understand why oak species regenerate well under red pine plantations.
Published on March 26, 2020
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources Alumni Association awards scholarships to students who are well-rounded in their academic and non-academic pursuits and have a vision for their future career.
Published on March 1, 2020
Graduate Student Antoinette Shirley shares her experience working with wildlife and habitat in the Navajo Nation and her interests in Indigenous forestry.
Published on February 1, 2020
The College of Agriculture and Natural Resources added a new undergraduate minor, several masters programs and a certificate program. CANR also established new state, national and international partnerships.
Published on January 27, 2020
Michigan State University (MSU) researchers in the Department of Forestry have received a grant from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to study tropical forest drought in the Amazon.
Published on December 18, 2019
Applications for the 2020 Urban Wild-F.I.R.E. (Fire Integrative Research Experience) Workshop at Michigan State University (MSU) are now open.
Published on December 13, 2019
The “Big Northern Hardwoods” study has been emplaced, 140 plots have been had one of three treatments completed, crews have collected mountains of plant data, and hard drives are filled with wildlife images.