If you can't find Abby Zabrodsky in class, just take a look in the great outdoors and chances are you can find her there. After all, that's where this Iowa State junior in forestry loves spending her time, whether she's hiking, researching tree growth, or even ... logrolling.
We had another successful year at the NREM Chili Cook Off! There were 15 participants and 17 different chili entries.
Here are the 2018 winners:
Roadkill: "Silli Chili" by Avery Wickham
Veggie: "Faux Chili" by Sophie Erickson
ISU Forestry Club will be selling Christmas trees in November and December.
The Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management (NREM) at Iowa State University seeks to fill a tenure-eligible faculty position for an Assistant Professor of Forestry.
Jaime Sandoval Jr., an Animal Ecology major has been selected for the USDA Natural Resources Conservation Service District Conservationist for the Dover-Foxcroft field office in Maine. Congratulations Jaime.
Daniel Robison from West Virginia University, Morgantown, has been named the next endowed dean of the College of Agriculture and Life Sciences and director of the Iowa Agriculture and Home Economics Experiment Station.
Andrew Larson in a junior in the NREM Forestry program currently working in leadership role as Co-director of the Homecoming Central Committee. Larson has participated in a LEAD Retreat for Iowa State’s top student organization leaders and is a Dean’s Leadership Scholar.
The publication Chronic Wasting Disease in Deer (WL 0001) by Adam Janke and Julie Blanchong is now available in the ISU Extension Store.
Peter Moore, Natural Resource Ecology and Management has received a Miller grant to complete an open textbook to support quantitative reasoning courses for students in natural resource programs, specifically NREM 240,&nb
Two NREM PhD students, Jordan Giese and Matthew Stephenson are highlighted in a recent article published in Audubon magazine. The article describes research done regarding prairie strips and also notes Lisa Schulte Moore's lab.
Congratulations to John Tyndall for receiving the 2018 Best Research Paper for impact and Quality
The Spring 2018 issue of the Iowa Chapter of The Wildlife Society included a first-person account of their experiences on the Multiple Species Inventory and Monitoring (MSIM) program. This project has been gathering data since 2006 on the diversity and abundance of fish, amphibians, reptile