What do Renewable Resources researchers study?

Our research and teachings are related to the fields of Agriculture and the Environment, Conservation Biology, Environmental Soil Science, Forest Ecology and Management, and Reclamation and Restoration of Land and Water.

Undergraduate Programs

Explore Bachelor of Science degrees in Agriculture, Environmental & Conservation Sciences, Environmental Studies, Forestry, and Forest Business Management; each with a variety of majors.

Graduate Programs

Course-based Masters degrees as well as thesis-based programs are available for the Master of Science degree and PhD degree. Renewable Resources also offers an International Dual degree.

Renewable Resources Field School

Develop real-life skills by participating in a three-week field school where you spend every day outside, learning by doing. The Department of Renewable Resources offers two experiential field schools for our students in Spring and Fall terms.

Natural Resources Analytical Laboratory

This state-of-the-art facility and processes provide environmental analysis services of soil, plant, and water samples for University researchers, government organizations and industrial clients.

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