College of Natural Resources in the News
Our faculty, students and alumni regularly make headlines. Below is just a sample of recent reports by outside media outlets related to CNR’s research, education and outreach.
For Burrowing Owls, the Future Depends on Squirrels, Badgers and Prairie Dogs, PBS.org featuring the work of Courtney Conway, professor in the Department of Fish and Wildlife
State officials name new Idaho Dept. of Lands Director, KTVB.com announcing CNR alum Dustin Miller, ’03 as the new head of IDL
The era of megafires: the crisis facing California and what will happen next (Op-Ed), The Guardian written by CNR’s Crystal Kolden together with John Abatzoglou from U of I’s College of Science and Daniel Swain from UCLA
Rangeland research targets grazing patterns, Capital Press highlighting research projects led by CNR’s Jason Karl, holder of the Harold F. and Ruth M. Heady Endowed Chair of Rangeland Ecology. Karl was also featured in Feedstuffs and the Lewiston Tribune
Symphony of the salmon: How scientists are learning by putting fish migration to music, Idaho Statesman featuring the work of CNR alum Jens Hegg, Ph.D. ’18, and analytical lab manager in the Kennedy LIFE lab at the University of Idaho
U of I Nursery lends hand to deforested African nation, Moscow-Pullman Daily News featuring CNR’s Andrew Nelson, director of the Franklin H. Pitkin Nursery and holder of the Tom A. Alberg and Judith Beck Endowed Chair in Native Plant Regeneration