Want to have class outside?
So do we. We'll take you beyond the classroom and into the forest for learning experiences that you'll never forget.
Step right up and find yourself within Backyard Phenology's gallery installation, part of the exhibition Regis Center for Art 20th Anniversary: Works by Faculty and Staff. Visitors are welcome to walk around and step into the Climate Chaser mobile lab and recording studio. Make yourself at home as you browse an archive of media and objects focused on people's relationships with the environment.
Backyard Phenology is an ongoing participatory art and science project for people to share stories and forge new connections to place that is co-led by Professor Christine Baeumler, Department of Art, and Professor Rebecca Montgomery, Department of Forest Resources.
Field Sessions – and the chance to get out of the classroom and into the woods! – can be one of the most impactful student experiences! Were they for you?
Alumni and current students who’ve participated in Field Sessions through the U of M’s Department of Forest Resources, we want to hear from you by October 20!
New Staff Paper by Charles R. Blinn and David A. Nolle: "Status of the Minnesota Logging Sector in 2021" presents information on the status and health of Minnesota logging businesses that was collected via surveys.
The University of Minnesota Department of Forest Resources seeks a Researcher 5 to support research into forest carbon estimation and modeling in support of the United States’ National Forest Inventory and Greenhouse Gas Inventory. The researcher will work with scientists from the University of Minnesota and USDA Forest Service Northern Research Station Forest Inventory and Analysis Program’s Carbon Science Research Group.