PLEASE NOTE: At this time we are working on updating our websites, you may find a link that goes to a page that is not finished, please bear with us while we complete the website.
This site is intended to help you understand more about our work, how you might benefit more directly from it, and how you can influence its direction.
Specific programming areas are grouped within five broad categories which address relevant issues statewide.
These focus areas are:
- Citizen Science & Civic Ecology – bringing people, nature and science together
- Ecology and Management of Landscapes – providing information for landowners, municipalities & others on topics pertaining to forestry, maple, water resources, invasive pests
- Fish and Wildlife Biology and Management – research on wildlife damage, information on fish and wildlife
- Human Dimensions – bridging natural resources and human interactions
- Youth/4H in Natural Resources – supporting youth programming in environmental education
- Deadline approaching to apply for the Master Forest Owner Volunteer Training
Resources for the public: