Nature's wonders are all around us, and one doesn't have to travel far to experience them. Check out this talk given by Ph.D. student Maureen Frank about how her study of a tropical rainforest led her back to Utah "Amazon" - the Great Salt Lake
- Amazon in your backyard
- Dr. Chris Lant Receives 2015 Friends of UCOWR Award
- Logan River Restoration in Works
- Trout in the Classroom
- Congratulations, QCNR Graduates!
- USU's Quinney College of Natural Resources Honors Top Scholars
- Patty Cramer Honored by UDOT for Wildlife Highway Crossing Research
- Jim Hoffmann Honored as Utah Water Watch "Volunteer of the Year"
- "Safeguarding Cache Valley's Water: Bear River Development Project" Wed, April 22
- Fred Provenza: "Flavor is Body's Way of Identifying Important Nutrients"
May 26, 2015
May 21, 2015
Dr. Lant set to receive the Friend of University Council on Water Resources Award. He is one of 3 to receive it in 2015.
May 13, 2015
A group of outdoors enthusiasts and experts intend to start work on restoring the Logan River, as well as get input from local residents, this year.
May 8, 2015
Skylar Pond, an urban-community fishing pond in Willow Park, welcomed 44 new rainbow trout fingerlings May 4 as part of the Utah Trout in the Classroom program.
May 1, 2015
Congratulations to all of our graduates on amazing achievements! We wish you the very best as you go forward. Graduate commencement and hooding ceremony is Friday, May 1. Undergraduate commencement is Saturday, May 2. View the schedule at this link.
Apr 22, 2015
Students, faculty and staff honored at annual college banquet.
Apr 21, 2015
Wildland Resources faculty member is the first ecologist honored with the Utah Department of Transportation's "Trailblazer Award" for excellence in transportation research.
Apr 20, 2015
Springville, Utah citizen scientist recognized for dedicated service in monitoring of Utah County's Hobble Creek.
Apr 15, 2015
Marisa Egbert, project manager, Utah Division of Water Resources and Mike Collins, principal, Bowen Collins & Associates are featured speakers for "Safeguarding Cache Valley's Water: Bear River Development Project." All are invited to the public talk.
Apr 9, 2015
In "The Wall Street Journal," Wildland Resources/Ecology Center emeritus professor discusses how animals, including humans, depend on taste and smell to identify crucial nutrients.