The burn scar spread over four counties and may never be what it once was. But it remains the poster child for the new norm.
Author Archives: Rylyn Todd
Thanks to an innovative new migration dashboard, predicting which mornings will be birdy has never been easier—or more fun.
A new tool from the Colorado State Forest Service shows how at-risk every Colorado community is for wildfires.
As wildfire risk grows in Colorado neighborhoods, there are easy steps you can take to create a defensible space around your home and be prepared for evacuations.
Scientists at Colorado State University and elsewhere in the West are poking and prodding for clues into how wildfire impacts water supply.
A Q&A with WCNR outstanding graduate Ryan Snell, Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department.
Colorado State University undergraduate senior Ayaka Paul recently published a paper in the New Phytologist journal after attending a summer undergraduate research program in 2020 at the Rocky Mountain Biological Laboratory, a high-altitude biological field station located near Crested Butte, Colorado.
Colorado State University undergraduate student Justin Deutsch was recently awarded the Benjamin A. Gilman International Scholarship for Pell Grant recipients. The scholarship provided financial support for Deutsch’s study abroad trip to Mexico over the 2022 winter break to study various overseas ecosystems and natural resource conservation programs and interact with local ecologists.
Science and storytelling are two words rarely used together. However, Karina Branson, a graphic facilitator and illustrator and Warner College of Natural Resources alumna is breaking this barrier. Branson’s video series Drawing Connections to Climate Change garnered her a 2021 Silver Telly award for excellence in video and television across all screens.