Join professors Brian Chaffin and Alex Metcalf for NRSM 215: Field Studies in Conservation and earn one credit in one full weekend of class, traveling across western Montana to learn about current issues in resource conservation. Learn more.
Gravel-bed river floodplains are some of the most ecologically important habitats in North America, according to new research by scientists from UM and beyond.
For more than 20 years, professor Wayne Freimund and CFC students have worked with colleagues in Zambia to address issues of conservation, land and wildlife management, and the role of humans in the natural ecosystem.
Forestry students helped plan forest restoration treatments now taking place at the Bandy Experimental Ranch in the Blackfoot Valley. Last fall, they wrote management plans and earlier this spring, timber harvest started on three units of the ranch.