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African Americans’ expertise in agriculture and natural resources goes back thousands of years—and we need to work to remake those connections.   This was part of… Read Article

Hold a single pine needle in your hand. What do you see? 

Better yet, what if you pulled out your pocketknife and sliced a thin sliver from the center of that needle? That’s the part that Warnell associate professor Dan Johnson is looking at. 

That small green speck in… Read Article

The University of Georgia is moving closer to finalizing a sale of property on Lake Blackshear in South Georgia.    The 2,500-acre lakefront parcel was donated to the UGA Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources by Charles Wheatley in 1989. UGA is now working with Forest… Read Article

Wild birds come into contact with backyard chicken flocks more frequently than people realize, creating a pathway for pathogens to transmit back and forth, according to research from researchers at the University of Georgia Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources. Such… Read Article

Growing trees across a central swath of the Southeastern United States comes with an elevated risk for windstorm damage, according to new research from the University of Georgia.

Using a modeling process that accounts for a variety of variables—in this case, factors such as terrain, depth… Read Article

One of Warnell’s newest faculty members, Chad Bolding, has received the Carl Alwin Schenck Award from the Society of American Foresters.

The award recognizes outstanding performance in the field of forestry education and is presented every year at the organization’s national convention.… Read Article

Sharing a love of conversation


In Statesboro, Georgia, a 30,000-square-foot facility serves as a hub for shooting sports. It’s home to teams from Georgia Southern University, as well as 4-H competitions and practice for members of the public.  

Lanier Forster Clegg… Read Article

When Whitney Kistler and Barbara Shock take undergraduate students into the field for conservation biology classes, they make a point to discuss ticks and other disease vectors. 

Ticks are common around Lincoln Memorial University in Tennessee, where Kistler (MS ’10, PHD ’14) and… Read Article

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