Forest Scene Issue 22 - Spring 2019
Professor and Head Mike Kilgore discusses his priorities for experiential education. "One of my priorities is to reduce the cost of attending the field sessions so that no student is deterred from enrolling in our major because of added costs."
Alumni and former instructors reflect on their memories from the Itasca and Cloquet field sessions and note how they have changed over time.
Graham, class of 2020, describes his journey from flight school to forestry school.
Professor Emeritus Dorothy Anderson talks about how hiking along ancient trails in Europe has served as a transtion from full-time work to retirement.
Read about what forest managers should know regarding the potential spread of mountain pine beetle to the Great Lakes region.
Students in Advanced Forest Management are practicing developing a forest management plan at a landowner's property in Wisconsin.
The Department of Forest Resources welcomes new faces and says farewell to some familiar ones.
Former dean, the late Dick Skok, established a fund in his retirement to support graduate study in natural resource policy. Learn how you can continue Dick's legacy.