School of Environmental and Forest Sciences professor and ecologist Josh Lawler was interviewed for a story about a new Audubon Society report that warns of massive bird loss if global carbon emission are not stabilized.Read more
The Mt. Rainier Institute at Pack Forest recently hosted a group of students from Yakima and TV station KIMA did a short story on the visit.
The students received an in-depth look at the the natural and cultural resources of Mount Rainier National Park and Pack Forest during their visit.
Maria Blancas, a School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Ph.D. student and staff member of the UW Department of Environmental & Occupational Health Sciences, is the recipient of the 2019 Bullitt Environmental Prize for her work with immigrant farmworkers in Washington.Read more
The weekly School of Environmental and Forest Sciences Seminars return this week! On Oct. 9, we’ll be welcoming Peter Reich, Ph.D., professor at the University of Minnesota’s Department of Forest Resources.Read more
A new quarter means a new lineup for the Fish and Wildlife Ecology Seminar Series! Several speakers for this quarter are from the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences. All seminars are held at 4 p.m.Read more
The UW Alumni Association is looking for alumni to connect with current UW students for a day of job shadowing, an hour on the phone or an online videoconference. Whether you’re just starting out or looking back on a long career, your insights are valued and valuable.Read more
The UW School of Environmental and Forest Sciences and PEMCO Insurance are once again partnering to bring together climate and wildfire experts to reflect on the 2019 wildfire season and discuss what we can expect next year.Read more
A research ecologist with the School of Environmental and Forest Sciences was awarded one of seven Climate Adaptation Leadership Awards for Natural Resources from the Association for Fish and Wildlife Agencies.Read more
Maple syrup production isn’t just for the upper east coast!
School of Environmental and Forest Sciences assistant professor Indroneil Ganguly proved this when he recently received nearly $500,000 from the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) to study maple syrup production from big leaf maple trees in the Riparian Zones of Washington’s forests.