Summer Practicum Prescribed Fire

Applications for the 2020 Summer Practicum are now being accepted!

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Attention Auburn University forestry and wildlife students! Applications for the 2020 Summer Practicum camp are now being accepted through February 21. Click on the link below to complete the Summer...
The study’s co-authors are, front row from left: Hanqin Tian and Shufen Pan; and, back row from left, Naiqing Pan, Rongting Xu, Yuanzhi Yao and Hao Shi.

Breakthrough study points to global streams and rivers’ contribution to climate change

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A new study led by Auburn University researchers and published in the journal, Nature Climate Change, shows a four-fold increase in emissions of the potent greenhouse gas nitrous oxide—a major...
APT films production of Cross-Laminated Timber at International Beams factory in Dothan, AL

APT series episodes showcasing Auburn’s forestry, wildlife and environmental research are available online

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As part of Alabama Public Television’s “Spotlight on Agriculture” documentary series, the network produced three episodes focused on Auburn University’s forestry, wildlife and natural resources research and the industry’s importance...
Zhang, shown center in the blue shirt, is pictured visiting with community members near a village in Nepal, where he toured a community forest restoration project.

International forestry organization recognizes Auburn’s Daowei Zhang with scientific achievement award

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Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Professor Daowei Zhang is one of 10 international scientists recognized by the International Union of Forest Research Organizations, or IUFRO, as recipients...
Graduate students presented their findings on boards throughout the Conference Hall.

Symposium spotlights breadth of graduate research

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences recently held its annual Graduate Research Symposium in conjunction with a seminar given by Dr. R. Quinn Thomas of Virginia Tech titled, Ecological...
Pictured, from left, are Phearthur Moore, Michelle Cole, Dana McReynolds, Otis French, Ken Day and Victoria Dotson David.

Group aims to increase diversity and inclusion in Auburn’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences

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In recent years, the African American alumni of Auburn University’s School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences have worked not only to advance diversity opportunities that exist for minority students through...
From left to right: SGA president Jace Mccauley, vice president Heath Williamson, and senator Makenzie Langley.

The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences Town Hall meeting sparks fellowship among students, faculty, and the Student Government Association

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The School of Forestry and Wildlife Sciences recently held a Town Hall meeting to give students and faculty the opportunity to voice concerns, give comments, and ask questions about the...
Forestry Club faculty advisor Dr. Tom Gallagher stands with club members Heath Williamson, George Lash, Will Sellers, Cristian Bass, Tommy Kendrick, and elected Log-A-Load chair Thomas Gilpin at the event.

Auburn Forestry Club raises record amount during its annual Log-A-Load event

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The Auburn Forestry Club recently held a Sporting Clay Shoot event at the Auburn Oaks Farm in Notasulga, AL. to raise money for Log-A-Load in support of the Children’s Miracle...
Group with Dr. Patricia Wright

Students get firsthand look at the role of forests in human livelihood and health in Africa

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Students embarking on a recent study-abroad course, The Role of Forests in Human Livelihood and Health in Africa, explored landscapes and interacted with people and wildlife in South Africa and...