Why are we seeing so many pine cones? Lindsey Purcell, urban forestry specialist, shares with
South Bend Tribune in interview that producing more could be a way of dealing with dry conditions.
Could goats be part of the solution to invasive species removal?
Purdue Extension Forester, Ron Rathfon, studies goat grazing to control invasive species.
Black vultures are in the news again for potential predatory behaviors, but what does it all mean?
Professor Pat Zollner and Doctoral student Marian Wahl interviewed by New York Times.
New FNR additions to The Education Store includes: Rainbow Trout, Tilapia Farmed Fact Sheet
and Invasive Plant Series: Swallow-worts
Purdue Extension-Forestry and Natural Resources is a part of a larger group, the Cooperative Extension Service (CES), one of the nation’s largest and best-researched providers of science-based information and education. The Purdue Extension-Forestry and Natural Resources is a great resource and reaches out not only to the state of Indiana but worldwide. We provide resources for aquaculture, fish management, urban and forestry management, natural resource planning, wildlife, and sustainable biomaterials. We encourage you to browse, download free publications, view workshops on the Purdue Extension-FNR Calendar, ask an expert, view Purdue Extension Annual Report and visit other sites that have been added as helpful links.