Dr. A. Alonso Aguirre will be the next dean of the Warner College of Natural Resources.
A Q&A with WCNR outstanding graduate Nate Kettle, Fish, Wildlife, and Conservation Biology department.
In June of 2019, lightning ignited a wildfire on the Kenai Peninsula south of Anchorage, Alaska, threatening homes and infrastructure. The Swan Lake fire would go on to burn nearly 170,000 acres of Alaskan wilderness. When the initial call for support went out, a small group of wildland firefighters from Colorado State University’s Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands joined the response. Based at nearby Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, the CEMML team was just getting its footing as the base’s new Wildland Support Module.
The effort is a follow up to an archeological survey conducted in 2019, which found pieces of wreckage consistent with that of a B-17 aircraft.
Reymundo “Tony” Chapa, the newly appointed director of the Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands at Colorado State University, has an extensive career filled with military, academic and project management experience.
Research from the U.S. Forest Service and CSU's Center for Environmental Management of Military Lands illustrates climate change's potential impacts on cloud forests.
CSU has joined the Southwest Climate Adaptation Science Center, which is based at the University of Arizona.
Part of the Natural Resources Consortium annual meeting, the roundtable discussion was focused on how landowners are adapting to increased risks of drought, floods and other changing weather patterns.