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There are many great opportunities for summer internships and research available. These programs provide students with excellent hands-on experience in research.
It's time for the annual HSU Forestry Club Christmas Tree Sale! The sale starts today at the corner of 7th and I Street, Arcata. The club is selling silver tip fir and white fir for $8 per foot.
Academic advising for Spring 2014 is from October 28th to November 8th and early registration for Spring begin on November 12th. Visit our Advising Information page for all the latest advising and registration information and forms.
In addition to the department scholarships, there are also many other scholarship opportunities for Forestry and Wildland Resources students. Click the link below to see the available scholarships and applications.
Check out the new Forestry & Wildland Resources photo gallery with photos of our facilities, field trips and students activities.
Rangeland Resources Science majors Travis DiGennaro and Crystal Welch will share the $1,000 Paul Zinke Memorial Scholarship Award for 2013. The Paul J. Zinke Memorial Scholarship was established to encourage and reward excellence in university-level undergraduate study in soils in California.
The annual HSU Forestry Alumni Weekend will be held during the Humboldt State Centennial Celebration & Homecoming this weekend, September 27th-29th. Check out the Schedule of Events for details about the weekend's events. Visit the Alumni page for more information on the HSU Forestry Alumni Chapter.
The Jacobszoon family was featured in the most recent issue of Humboldt Magazine. When Sam Jacobszoon (’14, Forest Soils) graduates from HSU next year, he’ll become a third generation Lumberjack, and also the third member of his family to have earned a Forestry degree from Humboldt State. Sam’s father, Randy, graduated with a degree in Forestry Economics in 1982. His grandfather, Dow, graduated in 1970 with a degree in Forestry Management.
The 15th Annual Department of Forestry & Wildland Resources Spring Awards Banquet was held Wednesday, April 3rd in the Kate Buchanan Room. This annual celebration highlights the accomplishments of the students and members of the department. The event was attended by over 115 faculty, staff, students and scholarship donors.
Andrew Stubblefield, Assistant Professor of Watershed Management is currently on sabbatical in Nicaragua where he is working with a rural development agency on their watershed management program. Read more about his experiences in the Lumberjack article.