The Voyageurs Wolf Project is a UMN research project to address a big knowledge gap—what do wolves do during the summer? Joseph Bump provide an update focusing on predation behavior and reproductive ecology. See event page for details.
Working with the MN Forest Resources Council, we're offering three programs over 7 days this fall addressing carbon markets, relationships between silviculture and forest carbon, and technology in carbon assessment.
October 26-28, 2021: In this three-day online symposium, we'll hear from researchers and practitioners about challenges and opportunities in managing Lake States wet forest, riparian, and lowland conifer systems. Learn more here.
Marc Schwabenlander, CWD Research Program and Outreach Manager at the MN Center for Prion Research and Outreach will update us on the status of CWD in Minnesota and implications for natural resource managers. Learn more here.