Published on March 3, 2017
MSU Forestry Professor Emeritus Don Dickmann talks with Michigan Radio's Stateside about the otherworldly aspects of old-growth forests.
Published on February 13, 2017
The Forest Carbon and Climate Program in the Department of Forestry at MSU is a proud sponsor of Forests Ontario.
Published on February 3, 2017
The Forest Carbon and Climate Program in the Department of Forestry at Michigan State University receives support from the Weyerhaeuser Giving Fund. It will help create a new web-based course on forest carbon and climate change.
Published on January 20, 2017
MSU Forestry faculty Monique Sakalidis, Deborah McCullough and Bert Cregg, along with Plant, Soil and Microbial Sciences Academic Specialist Jan Byrne, have been awarded a Michigan Invasive Species Grant to study oak wilt.
Published on January 9, 2017
Sparty's Cabin has a new owner. Michigan State University alumna Debra Levantrosser is the new owner of the tiny house hand-built by students.
Published on December 15, 2016
Dr. Emily Huff, in collaboration with USDA Forest Service colleagues Michelle Johnson, Lara Roman, Lindsay Campbell, Nancy Sonti, and Clara Pregitzer was awarded a contract to write a literature review on Resilience in Urban Forestry.
Published on December 9, 2016
How do watermelons, teapots, snakes and some very hungry caterpillars end up on Christmas trees? It’s the result of a partnership between the MSU Department of Horticulture, the Department of Forestry and about 450 elementary schoolers.
Published on December 5, 2016
As large parts of the U.S. suffer months of unusually dry weather, MSU Department of Horticulture and Forestry Associate Professor Bert Cregg says the outlook might not be so bleak.
Published on November 29, 2016
Fraser fir, Scotch Pine, Blue Spruce and White Spruce are just a few of the tree varieties grown in Michigan and shipped across the Midwest, Texas and Florida each holiday season says MSU Christmas tree expert, Dr. Bert Cregg.
Published on November 23, 2016
While global forest loss has environmental implications, sustainably managed working forests can provide impressive climate benefits in both carbon sequestration and long-term carbon storage.
Published on November 18, 2016
According to new study published in PLOS ONE, major forest loss and die-offs can have far-flung impacts on climate and vegetation.
Published on November 17, 2016
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.
Published on November 15, 2016
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.