The next natural resource leaders train with nationally-renowned faculty to make a positive and profound impact on the way we interact with and manage the natural resources right outside our door and around the world.
Programs in the College of Natural Resources are interactive and interdisciplinary, crossing boundaries to provide deep understanding of our natural world. Our research is impactful and relevant. We help understand and resolve many of the environmental issues facing our world.
Collaboration with industry and agency professionals, many of them alumni of our programs, brings classroom learning and real-world application together in meaningful ways.
Our degree programs are nationally distinctive and are accredited by their respective organizations, including: The Society of American Foresters, the Society of Rangeland Ecology and Management, and the Association for Fire Ecology.
The College of Natural Resources collaborates on more than $55 million of biofuels research, developing new markets for dead trees and waste woody biomass, impacting our rural communities and dramatically increasing economic revenue and fuel sustainability.