Utah State University professor Karen Beard believes every research project you pursue should have people asking, “You did what?!?”
- USU Inaugural Professor says "Don't Believe You Can't Save the World"
- More the Merrier: Larger Group Aids Wolves' Bison Hunting
- Forestry Extension Helps Develop, Demonstrate Mobile Pyrolysis Unit
- New Sage-grouse App Available
- Study: Sagebrush lands generate windfall for Utah's economy
- USU Grad Student Eyes Arctic Species' Response to Warming Temps
- Fast Food for Polar Bears
- Crows Causing Damage to Pumpkins and Melons
- Registrants, Posters Sought for USU's 2014 Restoring the West Conference
- Invading ant threatens unique African ecosystem
Nov 20, 2014
Nov 14, 2014
“Yellowstone wolves mainly hunt elk, and many thought I was wasting my time trying to observe wolves hunt bison,” stated Dan MacNulty.
Oct 23, 2014
Pyrolysis can be conducted with any input product that contains carbon, including trees, grasses and invasive weeds.
Oct 7, 2014
"The app is the first of its kind," states Terry Messmer, Wildland Resources Professor.
Oct 6, 2014
Terry Messmer, Wildland Resources Professor, noted that just considering the greater sage grouse for the endangered list has in itself generated a boost to the West's economy.
Sep 29, 2014
USU doctoral student Dave Iles, with faculty mentor Dave Koons, has been studying the bears’ predation habits for several years along a remote stretch of the Hudson Bay coast in Manitoba, Canada.
Sep 24, 2014
David Iles, graduate student in the Wildland Resources Department appeared in a NYT video concerning polar bears.
Sep 22, 2014
"If your pumpkins and melons are marked with holes and yellow and browns spots, it could be the work of crows," states Terry Messmer, USU Extension Wildlife Specialist.
Sep 11, 2014
“Down by the River: Managing for Resilient Riparian Corridors” is the theme for this year’s gathering.
Sep 8, 2014
Johan du Toit, an ecologist at USU in Logan states, "Even for this acacia, losing the ants doesn't mean it will be completely eaten up by elephants."