USU will host its annual “Restoring the West Conference” at the Eccles Conference Center, Oct. 21 to 22, bringing in over 200 experts from the region, according to Darren McAvoy, a conference co-chairman and Extension Specialist in Forestry.
- USU to host Conference
- Grand Teton Moose-Wilson Corridor
- UPR Wildlife Awareness Program
- Collapse? So what? Who cares?
- Professor Receives National Mentoring Award
- Conservation Group Receives Award
- Warm countries to dominate the world economy as energy prices rise
- 'With Climate Change, Will Sagebrush Still Grow?' ask Aggie Scientists
- Juan Villalba and the feed intake complex
- Nichlas Emmons explores population and the environment an
Aug 22, 2014
Aug 20, 2014
Wildlife viewing opportunities have been a special part of the experience for many visitors to the Moose-Wilson corridor, but notable increases in potentially dangerous wildlife have been observed. Public comment requested.
Aug 18, 2014
The Wild Aware Utah campaign, now available to Utahns, includes general safety tips to help educate the public about what to do when encountering wildlife while camping or recreating.
Aug 11, 2014
Joseph Tainter, an anthropologist and professor at USU, has devoted a good portion of his professional career to the study of collapse as it relates to prior societies. Read what Pearl River County says.
Aug 8, 2014
Utah State University professor Helga Van Miegroet is the 2014 recipient of the Women in Agronomy, Crops, Soils and Environmental Sciences Mentoring Award.
Aug 7, 2014
Utah State University’s Center for Water Efficient Landscaping received an Award of Excellence from the Western Extension Directors Association earlier this month for their innovative work in water conservation.
Aug 5, 2014
Research by USU Department of Environment and Society professor Joseph Tainter featured in this Australian publication: "Joseph Tainter’s research indicates that diminishing returns played an important role in the collapse of past civilizations..."
Aug 1, 2014
"Sagebrush and animal species that depend on sagebrush for survival are threatened by invasions of exotic annual grasses...” says ecologist Peter Adler, associate professor in USU’s Department of Wildland Resources and the USU Ecology Center.
Villalba’s research looks at food selection, particularly between monotonous rations (same ration every day) and diverse diets (animals select amounts of ingredients that they want). He reported that animals fed a diverse diet grew better and displayed a more even feed intake pattern throughout ...Click here for more
Jul 30, 2014
Campaign to invite discussion about family planning and to validate those who have decided to keep their families small, for environmental reasons or other.