Forests in Flux

Forests in Flux

Climate change shifted the trees in U.S. forests over the last 30 years, drawing hardwood species westward toward more abundant rainfall and evergreens northward to seek out cooler temperatures, a […]

NC State’s Sederoff Honored for Molecular Genetics Work with Forest Trees

NC State’s Sederoff Honored for Molecular Genetics Work with Forest Trees

Ron Sederoff, an NC State forestry professor and pioneering molecular geneticist, has won the 2017 Marcus Wallenberg Foundation Prize, an international award for scientific achievements in fields important to forestry.

The […]

Yes, We Might Have No Bananas

Yes, We Might Have No Bananas

If you’re a fan of bananas, Rob Dunn has bad news for you.

His newest book, “Never Out of Season,” examines the risks of a lack of biodiversity in our food supply. A […]

How Living Structures Can Better Protect Our Coastline

How Living Structures Can Better Protect Our Coastline

Waves, tides, storms and hurricanes can all take a toll on the coastline, eroding the land and rewriting the shoreline. Those changes can put infrastructure and communities at risk. But […]

Hidden Potential

Hidden Potential

Forests are perhaps the United States’ greatest renewable resource. They also hold significant untapped potential, according to Hasan Jameel, the Jordan Family Distinguished Professor for Natural Resource Innovation at NC […]

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