According to Terry Messmer, USU Extension wildlife specialist & summit coordinator, the event served to establish a common dialogue and provided new information.
- Utah Sage-grouse Summit Establishes Common Dialogue; Recordings Available
- In Grassland Ecosystems, Diversity Increases Stability Says USU Ecologist
- Congratulations to Range Club
- Jim Lutz: Breakthrough Study of Early Apes' Forested Habitat
- Mike Kuhns Named Head of USU's Department of Wildland Resources
- Register Now for USU-led Utah Sage-grouse Summit Feb. 18-19
- "With Climate Change, Will Sagebrush Still Grow?" ask Aggie Scientists
- WILD Idea: USU Undergrad Scientist Trades Finance Career for Outdoors
- Live 'It Up or Long' to Prosper? USU Ecologists Probe Plant Lifestyles
- When People and Wildlife Collide
Mar 6, 2014
Feb 20, 2014
Species diversity allows grassland communities to function with greater stability, says Utah State University ecologist Peter Adler.
Feb 18, 2014
Congratulations to USU's Range Scientists on an excellent showing at this past week's SRM meeting in Orlando, Florida.
We now have definitive evidence Proconsul lived in more than one habitat and one of those was a dense, closed-canopy, tropical forest.
Jan 24, 2014
USU professor and Extension Forestry specialist Michael “Mike” Kuhns is the new department head of the university’s Department of Wildland Resources.
Registration is now open for the Utah State University-led 2014 Utah Sage-grouse Summit slated for Feb. 18-19 in Salt Lake City.
Jan 17, 2014
USU ecologist and NSF CAREER award recipient Peter Adler led a Dec. 2013 multi-institutional graduate course to assess the vulnerability of sagebrush ecosystems to climate change.
Capturing and tagging moose, dissecting owl pellets is a far cry from her former job as an escrow officer, but USU student Natalie Schvaneveldt doesn’t regret her career change decision.
Jan 9, 2014
Consider the dandelion and the bristlecone pine, says Utah State University ecologist Peter Adler.
Dec 23, 2013
Each year, thousands of vehicles collide with deer and elk that are trying to get across Utah's highways.