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Inside the Faculty of Forestry & Environmental Management

Sustainability and climate change lenses emphasized by new forestry and environmental management dean

Dr. Michelle Gray is on a mission to change people’s perceptions about forestry. “One of our biggest battles is ‘what is forestry’ and ‘what is forestry not,’ because it’s not about cutting down trees harder and faster. It is more about improving productivity, diversity and the overall resilience of forest ecosystems.”

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How a tower near Fredericton helps scientists track climate change in Maritime forests

CBC posted news article on how flux tower is being used to collect data on Acadian forests to assist scientists in a greater understanding of climate change response in forests. Read the original article form here.

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Q&A with alumnus Reg Woods (BSF'03)

New Brunswick is home. At JDI the career paths are limitless and in my 18 years I’ve had so many great roles and challenges and have worked with so many passionate professionals.

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UNB partners with Holland College to renew BSc pathway program

UNB and Holland College have renewed their degree pathway program that enables graduates of the college’s environmental applied science technology and wildlife conservation technology programs to earn a bachelor of science in environment and natural resources from UNB.

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Examining the sustainability of the St. John River’s muskie population

A team of environmental management students at UNB have completed a project looking at the sustainability of the muskellunge in the St. John River.

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