Problem-Solving, Teamwork and Creativity for Success online workshop
Teamwork can be hard! Have you ever been frustrated with a team member and how they approach a task? Why they problem-solve differently than you? Why some people think “inside the box” and others can’t even “see the box”? The Kirton Adaption-Innovation In ...
Webinar: Slash Walls: An Effective and Feasible Approach to Growing the Next Generation of Forests
Join Cornell University Cooperative Extension Foresters Peter Smallidge and Brett Chedzoy to learn how slash walls (www.slashwall.info) are tilting the battle to protect regenerating woodlands from detrimental deer browsing. This novel approach of buildi ...
Woodland Owners and Maple Production: Is it an Income Opportunity for You?
Woodland Owners and Maple Production: Is It an Income Are you a woodland owner who would like to produce an annual income from their property? It can be difficult to achieve an annual income but maple production may be the answer. This class will introdu ...
Monday Morning Message, May 22
Title: Monday Morning Message Subtitle: From the desk of Professor and Interim Director Eric Toman Add paragraph: Copy: May 22, 2023 Please join me in congratulating the following faculty on their promotions. It is with great pleasure to share that Br ...
SENR Announcements, May 22
Announcements Highlights Add paragraph: Copy: Celebrations A Garden Party to celebrate graduates was held on the Kottman Hall patio on May 5. Staff from the Academic Team (shown above) hosted the celebration. Photo by Jessica Caton Diefenbach. A couple ...
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Native Trees: Creating a Living Landscape
Learn more Learn more about creating a living landscape with native trees and shrubs. Discover native trees and shrubs that create a living landscape for a variety of creatures ...
KX Elevator Pitch: Jeremy Bruskotter explains changing perceptions of wildlife values
It's a short trip to the top of the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Building in the freight elevator. Can Jeremy Bruskotter, social scientist with the School for Environment and Natural Resources, tell us about his research into changing percept ...
In The Conversation
Lack of affordable childcare is hurting young farm families’ ability to grow their businesses – the US farm bill may finally offer some help Read the full article originally published in The Conversation by Shoshanah Inwood, associate professor of rur ...
Director's Note, May 23
Dear Alumni and Friends, Add paragraph: Copy: Spring semester is a bustling time for our team here in the School of Environment and Natural Resources (SENR). We celebrated 155 undergraduate and graduate students who completed their degree at a garden pa ...