Utah State University professor Karen Beard believes every research project you pursue should have people asking, “You did what?!?”
- USU Inaugural Professor says 'Don't Believe You Can't Save the World'
- Dan MacNulty: Yellowstone Wolves Hunt Bison
- Mountain Lion! David Stoner Opens Swaner EcoCenter Exhibit
- Terry Messmer: Greater Sage-Grouse Management
- Preparing For The Return of Gray Wolves To California
- Forestry Extension helps Develop, Demonstrate Mobile Pyrolysis Unit
- Blue Goes Green Grant in the news!
- 2014 Professional Orientation Field Trip
- USU Researchers Study Stream and Climate in the West
- USU report on National Forests and the Biomass Industry
Nov 26, 2014
Nov 13, 2014
In 'PLOS ONE,' Wildland Resources/Ecology Center faculty member Dan MacNulty, doctoral student Aimee Tallian and colleagues publish research on wolf hunting behavior; research is covered in The Salt Lake Tribune.
Wildland Resources postdoctoral researcher David Stoner was opening speaker for the new exhibit 'Mountain Lions! The Story of Pumas and People' at USU's Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter in Park City, Utah. The new exhibition is featured through March 2015.
On Utah Public Radio, Wildland Resources professor and Exension specialist Terry Messmer discusses the imperiled sage-grouse, collaborative conservation efforts and the USU-led International Sage-grouse Forum this week in Salt Lake City.
Nov 3, 2014
On PBS Radio, QCNR alum Michael Sutton '77, president of the California Fish and Game Commission, discusses the return of the Gray Wolf to California.
Oct 30, 2014
One of the first devices of its kind in North America, the new pyrolysis machine can convert 20 tons of biomass (materials from plants and animals that can be used for energy) into biofuel in a day.
Oct 24, 2014
Environmental Studies students Sara Simmons and Camilla Bottelberghe are featured in this week's edition of Utah State Today for their work updating the USU campus waste and recycling bins. They successfully obtained a Blue Goes Green Grant to fund their work.
Oct 22, 2014
Enjoy photos from Fall 2014 Professional Orientation Field Trip to Logan Canyon's Spawn Creek. Dr. Chris Luecke, dean of the Quinney College of Natural Resources, led students in ENVS/WATS/WILD 2000 in data collection techniques:
"In only a few minutes drive along 400 North in Logan traffic leads to a canyon where a tree-lined river is ever changing. They're morphing. a group of researchers from Utah State University studying the restoration of streams and waterways..."
Oct 16, 2014
A report out of Utah State University, demonstrates that “generalizations about the effects of beetle-caused tree mortality on fire characteristics are unwarranted,” while concerns about soil scorching — a favorite boogeyman of the Forest Service — are also overinflated.