Industry expert Joe Parsons begins April 1
The Harley Langdale Jr. Center for Forest Business at the University of Georgia will soon welcome a new industry expert into the fold.
The University of Georgia is a key partner in a new federal initiative to combat feral hogs and will partner with federal and state agencies as part of a $1.5 million, 3-year project in Southwest Georgia.
Student’s project uses discarded Christmas trees to create new habitat
Using the reds and oranges on his digital map as a guide, graduate student Wesley Gerrin guided the small motorboat over the drop spot.
The Warnell family got a little bigger recently, as 57 students walked across the stage during the fall convocation ceremony.
In his opening remarks to the several hundred in attendance, Dean Dale Greene recalled the connections made through this family, and challenged the new graduates to stay involved and engaged with Warnell beyond their years as a student.
FANR 1200 fulfills requirements while also gives students a new way to research topics
Think about what you learn from songs: love, loss, redemption … and tree frogs?
About 450 nonnative, plant-eating insect species live in North American forests. While most are harmless, a handful wreak havoc on their new environment, and their attacks on trees cause more than $70 billion in damage each year.
The problem is, scientists often don’t know which insect will emerge as the next harmful invader.