Commentary in Science: Europe’s Old Forests at Risk
Walking along a steep ridge, under large hemlock trees, ten miles outside of Burlington, Vermont—Bill Keeton is worrying about Europe’s remaining old forests. He’s so concerned, in fact, that he and some colleagues wrote a letter to the journal Science—published on May 5, 2023—calling for rapid action to protect them....
Senior Jon Lewis Graduates with Forest Service Job
Moving from Burlington, Connecticut to Burlington, Vermont, Jon Lewis ’23 enrolled in the Forestry program at the University of Vermont (UVM). His successes in the classroom and in the field added up to a job offer from the U.S. Forest Service before his final semester began.
To Save the Forest, Should We Move the Trees?
It’s eight degrees Fahrenheit. Off trail, at 2,042 feet of elevation, on the side of Camel's Hump, Professor Steve Keller takes off his gloves, pulls a Dell tablet out of his backpack, unrolls a wire, and plugs it into a scrawny maple tree. Well, actually, into a tiny sensor hanging under a white plastic funnel hanging off the side of the maple.
- Seed Size and Forest Floor Conditions Determine Tree Seedling Survival in Extreme Weather
- Carbon Conundrums: Do Carbon Markets Need to Better Account for Future Forest Vulnerability to Climate Change?
- UVM Femmes in Forestry Builds Support for Women in Natural Resource Majors
- New Research Projects to Meet Challenges Facing the Northern Forest
- Balancing Carbon Storage and Wildlife Habitat
- Ralph Tursini Mentors Students, Manages UVM Forests for 15 Years
- NSF-Funded Northern Forest Research Inspires New Partnership with Historically Black Southern University
- Alumna Gail Kimbell Joins Rubenstein School Board of Advisors
- How Vermont Forests Might Look in 200 Years with Changing Climate
- Experts Assess Natural Ways to Mitigate Greenhouse Gas Throughout Canada
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