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Welcome to Dr. Lisa Schulte Moore's lab at Iowa State University. We study human-landscape interactions, and are particularly interested in the causes, consequences, and design of land-use change. Through this research, we hope to improve the scientific basis for decisions that impact people and our natural resources. We hope to foster resilient, sustainable ecosystems and prosperous human communities. You can find information about our members, research, and outreach on this website. Contact us with questions. 

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Recent News

October 26, 2018

The lab is excited to host Dr. Laura Jackson, Director of the University of Northern Iowa Tallgrass Prairie Center, at ISU and for the NREM Departmental Seminar on November 9th. The seminar will be held at 3:10 pm in 164E Lagomarcino Hall.

October 3, 2018

Find members of the PEWI team at the Iowa Academy of Science - Teaching Section meeting on Oct. 8 in Ankeny.

September 21, 2018

The lab is excited to host Dr. Mike Eichholz from Southern Illinois University on September 20-21. Dr. Eichholz will be talking about his research on grassland birds at the NREM Departmental Seminar on Friday, Sept. 21 at 3:10 in 164E Lagomarcino Hall. 

September 21, 2018

Read this article from the Energy News Network covering the Pigs and Prairie Project.

September 11, 2018

The Initiative for Cultivating Human And Naturally reGenerative Enterprises was one of two projects selected for funding by ISU's Presidential Interdisciplinary Research Initiative.

We thank our funders for their continuing support