Published on November 9, 2022
Prions from cervids infected with chronic wasting disease are present in blood and spinal fluid, and they are shed across the landscape in waste products, where they can last for decades.
Published on November 8, 2022
There are options for firewood sanitization that allow campers and others to purchase firewood wherever they choose, while still preventing the spread of tag-along insects.
Published on October 25, 2022
Jeremy Johnson shares how he got into forestry and the different avenues the program has to offer.
Forestry student finds way for ecology to remediate our landscape and provide more of our natural resources
Published on October 14, 2022
Forestry senior Andrew Deleruyelle has a long-term goal to make people want to eagerly participate in conservation efforts.
Published on October 12, 2022
Emily Huff shares her forestry journey including experiences prior to and at MSU.
Published on September 28, 2022
Shawn Riley was in Stockholm to brief the U.S. Ambassador to Sweden on activities he’s been engaged in as a Senior Fulbright Specialist.
Published on August 26, 2022
Peak fall color is the result of a combination of daylength, weather and tree type.
Published on August 18, 2022
A new insect brings new problems.
Published on July 11, 2022
Forestry Professor David Skole receives $2 million grant to examine carbon storage potential and economic impact of tree systems on rural and agricultural lands
Published on June 7, 2022
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.