ESRM 490B= 40 open spaces
No prereqs, but recommended to have a prior ecology/biology/or environmental science course.
Forest Ecology using examples from the NW and Virtual Field trips!
Topics: Fires | Insect Outbreaks | Windstorms | Ecophysiology | Ecosystem Processes | Succession | Old Growth | Biodiversity | Climate Change | Ecosystem Management
ESRM 490B and SEFS 501 Forest Ecology Spr 2021
Here’s what they need to know:
Who: You! All STEM students are welcome, particularly those studying engineering or science disciplines related to chemistry, biology, or agriculture. Really, anyone interested in working with novel sustainable technologies is free to attend.
We must work to get along.
Drama 180 Collaboration and Inclusion: Ways of Working Together (5 cr, VLPA)
Learn different styles of working with people and shaping an effective environment for communication and collaboration in pursuit of creation, problem solving and discovery.
What you’ll learn in this class:
Define and explain the term sustainability, and recognize that it is a complex term with multiple meanings.
Describe the evolution of the sustainability movement and critiques of the sustainability concept.
NUTR 302 Food Systems: Harvest to Health (5) NW/I&S – taught by the award winning Eli Wheat from Program on the Environment / core NSP faculty
Examines the many facets of the modern food supply from production and processing to distribution, marketing, and retail.
Attached is this year’s Scholarship Application info from the WSFGC – Blue Mountain Dist.
WSFGC – Blue Mt Dist Garden Club Scholarships 2021
$5, 000 for you, or a small team, to pursue your passions and bring your projects to life: The Husky Seed Fund
Inclusive. Impactful. Inventive.
Calling all UW students from all campuses!
Do you have an innovative idea that would enhance the UW student experience? The Husky Seed Fund has the resources to make your idea a reality!