Her research is featured in the latest issue of The Cross Pollinator and a video from the Adaptive Silviculture for Climate Change project.
Clare Boerigter chronicled stories from the Cloquet Forestry Center in immersive storyboards.
New forestry professor, Dr. Eric North, awarded 2020 Nebraska Statewide Arboretum’s Educator Award
Dr. Reich is one of 22 current University of Minnesota researchers named in the 2020 Highly Cited Researchers list. The international list recognizes researchers who published multiple highly-cited papers during the last decade and whose citation records place them in the top one percent of citation counts for field and publication year.
Dr. Schneider discusses a University of Minnesota study revealing the challenges of social distancing on trails in an interview with the Minneapolis StarTribune.
John Tester's book Minnesota's Natural Heritage is updated on its 25th anniversary by Rebecca Montgomery, Susan Galatowitsch, and John Moriarty.
November is Native American Heritage Month, and we're proud of our partnerships with tribal nations in our region. We invite you to this presentation with Dr. Mike Dockry on applications of indigenous models of sustainability.
Today on Indigenous Peoples Day, we recognize our many valued partnerships with Native American tribes all across Minnesota. We invite you to a listen to Dr. Mike Dockry, a member of the Citizen Potawatomi Nation, discuss indigenous models of sustainability with Dr. Eli Sagor on the Camp 8 Podcast.
Dr. Forrest Fleischman and co-authors argue that if natural climate solutions are to succeed while economies decarbonize, policymakers must recognize and avoid the expense, risk, and damage that poorly designed and hastily implemented tree plantings impose on ecosystems and people.
An hour north of the Twin cities, U of M researchers and students lead the fight in humanity’s supreme battle: to stave off climate disaster and repair the Earth.