Mural in 114 Science II is complete
Join us on Wednesday, August 17th for Iowa Learning Farms webinar featuring Dr.
The recording of the 2016 Tri-State Forestry Conference Talks are now available online! You can view the presentation, or watch them in their entirety. There are also links to past presentations.
Recent Animal Ecology graduate Kailey James is featured in the newest edition of The P.E.O. Record. Kailey is featured describing her current work with bears in Alaska.
Congratulations to Logan Halverson for being awarded the first place Xi Sigma Pi West Central Region Scholarship for 2015-2016!
CALS Research Minute: Jim Adelman on Bird Feeders and Disease Transmission
Dr. Klaver reviewed Large Carnivore Conservation as part of a graduate seminar and seminar participants represented the full range of readers who might be interested in the book: natural resource managers, citizen advocates, researchers, and students.
Congratulations to the following team members on being awarded a Miller Faculty Fellowship for their proposal titled Research, teaching, and community engagement: Experiential learning through field ecology:
On behalf of the Awards Committee and the Faculty and Staff of the Department of Natural Resource Ecology and Management I am pleased to announce that Erica Anderson, Jessica Colvin, Kailey James, Jeff Noble, Aaron Razo, and Nathan Seibert have been recognized as recipients of the Fall 2015 NREM
We are happy to acknowledge that Roger Bachmann, professor emeritus, and Dan Canfield, PhD Animal Ecology, received the 2015 LaBounty Best Paper Award for the co-authored article published in the journal Lake and Reservoir Management:
Check out the article in the Iowa State Daily about our Forestry Department, Forestry Club, and preparing for 2016 Conclave!
Iowa State University's Ducks Unlimited is featured in the news. Click here to find out why.
The public is invited to attend the dedication of the James and Patricia Dinsmore Tract at Big Wall Lake Wildlife Management Area in Wright County. A ceremony will take place at the site at 3 p.m. on Thursday, Oct. 15, followed by a reception.
If the North Central Regional Aquaculture Center (NCRAC) does its job right, it has to stay on top of emerging trends in the industry and identify research questions that will help the industry progress. Floating merrily along with the current won’t get the job done.
Chelsea Wolf, 2011 Animal Ecology Graduate, is CALS Young Alum of
Read about preparing Iowa's woodlands and Foresters for the future, and connecting