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.
Update from the Department Chair – July 2022
Regardless of the pandemic’s future course, MSU Forestry is emerging from the uncertainty of the past 2+ years with remarkable strength.
Update from the FAA President – July 2022
Good day fellow foresters! I hope that you are all well and ready for a great summer season!
Ecotek Lab at MSU
MSU Forestry is continuing to build its partnership with Detroit-based science research organization Ecotek Lab, now providing hands-on lab experience to high schoolers once a month.
Alternative Spartan Break
Early in March 2022 when many students opted for well-deserved relaxation retreats, Anna Dunnebacke had a different plan in mind.
MSU Forestry Alumni Updates - July 2022
Alumni updates for the July 2022 edition of the MSU Forester.
Human Dimensions of Forests
Emily Huff, Associate Professor of Human Dimensions of Forestry, is hard at work developing solutions to a variety of environmental challenges involving forests and how people interact with them.
Stewardship Forester of the Year: Jason Darling
MSU Forestry alum and current FAA President Jason Darling was recently awarded the Stewardship Forester of the Year by the Michigan Association of Consulting Foresters.
Additional Department Updates – July 2022
Save the dates for the Alumni Tailgate, the Alumni Reception at SAF, and details about the new Hybrid Online MS!