Study: Bioenergy Decisions Involve Wildlife Habitat and Land Use Trade-offs
New research finds that choosing how to meet bioenergy goals means making trade-offs about which wildlife species and ecosystems will be most impacted.
Researchers Seek Sneak Peek Into the Future of Forests
NC State scientists are bringing in researchers from around the country to participate in a project to get a glimpse of the future of forests in a warmer world.
Roads Less Traveled: Fall Family Trips off the Beaten Path
North Carolina's extended fall offers plenty of chances to enjoy the colorful foliage on family outings from the mountains to the coast.
Researchers Seek Public’s Help to Aid Trees
Editor’s Note: This is a guest post by Rosemary Hallberg, of USDA’s Southern Region Integrated Pest Management Center (SRIPMC), which is housed at NC State. The SRIPMC is launching a “tiny terrors” initiative to help protect hemlock species in the […]
Hemlock History Repeating Itself?
Scientists trying to save eastern hemlock trees from widespread insect attacks may have uncovered a case of déjà vu, dating back millennia. “Our hypothesis is that 7,000 to 8,000 years ago, insects hammered the eastern hemlock in a similar way […]
Better Pine Trees, Better Environment
Improved loblolly pines scrub more carbon dioxide from the atmosphere.
Sederoff Named Forest Biotechnologist of Year
Dr. Ron Sederoff, Distinguished University Professor of Forestry, has been voted Forest Biotechnologist of the Year by his peers.
Foresters Honor Allen
Professor Emeritus H. Lee Allen is the 2010 winner of the Barrington Moore Memorial Award in Biological Science from the Society of American Foresters.
Steelman Writes Resource Policy Book
Dr. Toddi A. Steelman’s latest book focuses on the difficulty of making lasting innovations in the way natural resources are managed.
Dr. Joseph P. Roise, professor of forestry in the Department of Forestry and Environmental Resources, received the Appalachian Society of American Foresters’ 2009 Distinguished Service to Forestry award at the society's annual meeting in Greenville, N.C.