Usually people are told to stay as far away as possible from a moose. But a select few people in Utah have a goal of getting as close to moose as possible -- because it's their job.
- Researchers study health of Utah's moose population
- The truth about bats and rabies in the Southwest
- Why Trees Matter
- Wolves on the Hunt: USU Ecologist Among Authors of Pioneering Book
- The Amazon in Your Backyard
- Searching for the Best Dog to Save Livestock — and Wildlife
- What's Up with That?: Tree Cities abound in Cache Valley
- USU Ecologist Honored for Wildlife Highway Crossing Research
- Student Researchers Share the Passion Behind Their Research at Ignite USU
- USU Quinney College of Natural Resources Honors Top Scholars
Jun 22, 2015
While we need not fear bats themselves, there are things we can do to avoid contracting diseases from them.
Jun 12, 2015
Mike Kuhns cited a study that suggests trees planted along curbs slow traffic and reduce crashes.
Dan MacNulty, assistant professor in USU's Department of Wildland Resources has been involved with the Yellowstone Wolf Project since its 1995 inception.
May 26, 2015
"Natural wonders can be found all around the world, even close to home" states Maureen Frank, Graduate Student Wildland Resources.
May 7, 2015
Can the right breed help keep both domestic animals and native carnivores alive?
May 4, 2015
Utah State University has also been designated a Tree Campus USA.
Apr 17, 2015
For more than a decade, Patty Cramer has worked with UDOT to improve the design, locations and effectiveness of Utah's wildlife crossings.
Apr 10, 2015
Among this year’s Ignite speakers is Maureen Frank, a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellow from QCNR.
USU’s QCNR recognized outstanding students, faculty and staff at a March 28, 2015, awards banquet in the Stevenson Ballroom of the TSC on campus.